MonaLisa Touch

MonaLisa Touch - CQ Well WomenMonaLisa Touch is a ground-breaking non-invasive procedure that is used to treat a range of gynaecological symptoms.This technique is now available in Central Queensland. Dr Etherington from CQ WellWomen is working with Complete Skin Solutions and Specialist Centre Rockhampton to provide this service.

In general terms MonaLisa Touch improves the function and health of the vagina. It works by stimulating the body’s own regenerative processes to create more hydrated and healthy cells and to improve vaginal vascularity.

MonaLisa Touch can be used to improve a wide range of symptoms:

  • Vaginal dryness, itching and burning associated with menopause
  • Painful sexual intercourse
  • Many cases of urinary incontinence
  • Vaginal laxity and symptoms from minor prolapse

MonaLisa Touch is a low-risk procedure that provides long-lasting improvements. Whilst it can be used in conjunction with HRT it is an ideal alternative for those women who are unable to take HRT or for those women who have found HRT to be ineffective.

MonaLisa Touch is a five-minute, pain-free procedure. Most women notice an improvement in symptoms after just one Mona Lisa Touch treatment. However we recommend a course of 3 treatments spread over 3-4 months for maximum benefit. Women can return to their normal daily activities immediately with the only significant post-treatment instruction being to avoid sexual intercourse for five days.

MonaLisa Touch is proving to be an exciting and effective solution for many women experiencing the gynaecological symptoms outlined above.

If you feel that you might benefit from this treatment and would like to book a consultation please contact:

Complete Skin Solutions and Specialist Centre
134 Elphinstone Street
North Rockhampton 4701

Ph: 07 4928 9495
Fax: 07 4926 1343

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At the moment MonaLisa Touch treatment is not covered by Medicare