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VuVatech will be attending the APTA NEXT Conference and Expo at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville June 7th- 10th

May 24, 2016



The conference offers trendsetting programming and innovative products for physical therapists from all over the country. We will be in booth 838, telling PT’s attending how effective VuVa dilators are and how they are improving the lives of women suffering from pelvic pain.  We are excited to share our new product with the thousands of pelvic care specialists attending the conference.

The VuVatech Dilator is a new women’s health and wellness product meeting the demand of millions of women who suffer from painful and debilitating pelvic conditions.

Our dilator is providing women with a safe and non-invasive solution for the vaginal conditions clinically described as Vaginismus, Vulvodynia and Dyspareunia.  These conditions can be very painful and have dire effects on physical intimacy because they make intercourse painful for the sufferers. VuVa dilators have been proven to help women with Menopause as well, helping to create natural lubrication without the need for medications.

VuVatech’s unique patent-pending approach to bringing relief to sufferers of these conditions using magnet therapy in combination with a set of vaginal dilators that graduate in size.

VuVa Magnetic Dilators™ fill a void in the women’s wellness market because it is nonsurgical and doesn’t involve drugs, which historically have been the common ways doctors have treated these conditions.

If you are a physical therapist attending please stop by Booth 838! We look forward to meeting you.

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