EmpowerRF Femme Women's Wellness

What you need to know before having EMPOWERRF treatments

Empower RF is a comprehensive non-surgical platform delivering treatments for feminine conditions. It leverages three complimentary energy modalities:

(1) submucosal fractional radiofrequence

(2) intra-vaginal electrical muscle stimulation (EMS)

(3) bipolar radiofrequency.

The unique combination of multiple modalities allows for customized, layered procedures to address a broad range of age groups and feminine conditions including: urinary incontinence, sexual dysfunction, pelvic floor weakness, genitourinary syndrome of menopauses (GSM), vulvovaginal atrophy (VVA), changes in the aesthetic appearance of the female anatomy.
Although radiofrequency (RF) & electric muscle stimulation (EMS) treatments can be very effective modalities to manage feminine conditions, there is no guarantee that you will be 100% satisfied with the result. Other treatments should also be considered, these include, but not limited to: topical cream, prescription medication, physiotherapy, lifestyle modification, counselling, other forms of energy devices, surgery, or no treatment at all.

Its important to understand and be informed about the risks and contraindications before undertaking any treatment. See below details on precautions and risks associated with EmpowerRF Women’s Wellness treatments.

Contraindication & Precaution
• Pregnancy or breast feeding
• Pacemaker, internal defibrillator or, other electrical implants
• Permanent implant in the treatment area such as metal plates, screws, and metal piercing or silicon, unless deep enough in the periosteal plane
• Presence of active infection or active menstrual bleeding
• Undiagnosed vaginal bleeding
• Surgery in the treatment area within the last 12 months
• Use of Isotretinoin (Roaccutane®) within 6 months prior to treatment
• History of cancers in the pelvic floor (cervical cancer, endometrial cancer, ovarian cancer, vaginal cancer, etc)
• History of bleeding coagulopathies or use of anticoagulant in the last 10 days
• History of keloid scaring or abnormal wound healing
• Healing Severe or poorly controlled systemic or metabolic conditions
• Treating over tattoo or permanent makeup
• Impaired immune system (i.e., AIDS, HIV, or use of immunosuppressive medicine)
Risks Associated with the Procedure (but not limited to the following):
• Erythema (redness), swelling or bumps
• Bruising or bleeding
• Discomfort & pain
• Itching or irritation
• Allergy reaction to topical cream or anesthetics
• Pigmentary changes
• Burn & blistering
• Infection in treatment area
• Herpes Eruption
• Scarring
• Unsatisfactory Result

If you have any question about the procedures or any of the risks mentioned above please don’t hesitate to contact our team.

We are always happy to help.

Apr 2023