VTone in Helena, MT with Dr. Liz Cavin

Looking for a safe & effective way to rehabilitate weak pelvic floor muscles without surgery? Contact Dr. Cavin today for a no-obligation consultation and see if you’re a candidate for VTone. Call 406-996-1223!

What Is VTone?

VTone is a small anatomically shaped applicator that delivers intravaginal electrical muscle stimulation

(EMS) to rehabilitate weak pelvic floor muscles. VTone can treat stress, urge, and mixed urinary incontinence. Under doctor supervision and treatment with VTone, you can achieve life-changing results.

Is it painful and is there any downtime?

Most patients find it very comfortable. The great thing about VTone is after the treatment you can continue about your daily activities as there’s no downtime.

How many sessions are required?

Dr. Cavin will determine the best treatment plan for you. The majority of patients have 6 sessions; however, most notice a difference after only 1 treatment! The number of sessions depends on your treatment concerns, your personal goals, and if you plan on using combination treatments. With VTone we are strengthening a muscle to relieve of symptoms, so maintenance treatments are done on an as needed basis.

Treatment Schedule

The number of treatment sessions depends on the individual patient and is typically up to 6 sessions, every 1-3 weeks but can vary according to patient response.

Treatment time is 10-30 minutes according to patient tolerance and conditions. Longer treatment time may reduce the number of sessions but depends on tissue response and patient tolerance.

Treatment should be concluded when the results are satisfactory to you, or according to Dr. Cavin’s discretion.

Contact Us

Every woman’s body is as unique as they are. VTone treatments are specifically tailored to address each woman’s individual needs and desires. Ask Dr. Cavin if VTone is right for you, call today!

We accept insurance! Please call your insurance provider to make sure your specific plan covers naturopathy. Dr. Cavin is not allowed by the federal government to accept Medicare or Medicaid. Some Medicare supplemental plans will cover naturopathy.

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