Enhancing Sexual Arousal at the Cellular Level With Cliovana™

Sexual enhancement methods for men have been around for a while. For example, we’ve all heard of “the little blue pill” and other erectile dysfunction options. Progress in this area for women has been slower, but it’s catching up of late. 

Dr. Russell Bartels and Dr. Burt Webb have made VItalityMDs, located in Scottsdale, Arizona, into a practice that balances clinical expertise with a warm and personal approach. Since they’re dedicated to whole-patient care, they recognize that your emotional and physical well-being are intertwined, and that physical intimacy with your partner is important.

Your anatomy and sexual satisfaction

Historically, women’s sexual pleasure has been prioritized less, because of antiquated attitudes, while medical research on everything from heart disease to cancer, has been disproportionately executed using males. 

In the last century, these incomplete and incorrect beliefs have been reversed, thankfully, and critical discoveries regarding women’s health and sexuality have been made — a significant one being that women’s sexual pleasure matters! 

The clitoris enables women to reach orgasm, and a fascinating fact is that this is the sole body part, in either men or women, whose only purpose is to provide physical pleasure.

What kinds of problems create sexual dysfunction for women?

They can be physiological, emotional, or a combination of both. A lack of arousal is a common problem for women of all ages and stages, whether you’ve just had a baby, are feeling stressed by juggling many work and family demands, or you’re post-menopausal. 

Research has shown that almost 75% of women need clitoral stimulation to orgasm, or that it definitely enhances their orgasm, so if you’re experiencing dissatisfaction, you’re not alone.

A sexual arousal treatment designed especially for women

VitalityMDs now offers Cliovana™, an innovative treatment that’s completely non-invasive, painless, and requires zero post-procedure downtime.

Cliovana employs advanced soundwave technology to make your body do what it was meant to do, and its effects start in your cells. Though the idea around Cliovana and the clitoral sensitivity it fuels has its origins in treatments that were developed for men, women are now the beneficiaries, thanks to this successful treatment. 

By kickstarting cellular regeneration in your clitoris and improving blood flow, Cliovana helps you reach orgasm more easily, and you climax more frequently as well. Orgasms are also more intense with Cliovana. Cliovana helps with common obstacles to sexual satisfaction like:

Sound wave technology has been applied as a solution to many health problems, from prenatal ultrasound imaging and technology that helps treat movement disorders. Now, our medical team can help deliver more sexual satisfaction through an average of four brief treatment sessions over two weeks, each about 10 minutes long. 

Your doctor may also advise that you receive two “touch up” treatments annually to maintain your results, which you start feeling after the very first session. They accelerate in the several months following your treatments. 

Put yourself first

With enhanced sensitivity, life in the bedroom blossoms. Call our office to schedule a Cliovana consultation today, or reach out to us on our website.

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