Press Release on Dr. Pacik

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    Hi all. There is an excellent Press Release just published on Dr. Pacik:

    Excerpts include:

    “A recent study by Peter T. Pacik, MD, FACS, shows a 90+% success rate in treating vaginismus, a condition which many health care providers fail to recognize yet effects between 1 and 7 percent of all women worldwide. This multimodal approach for the treatment of vaginismus expands on a prior FDA approval for research in this field. Treatment utilizes a combination of BOTOX® injections and progressive dilation under anesthesia as well as post procedure supervised dilation, and sex counseling.”

    “The BOTOX® vaginismus treatment program continues to have high levels of success helping to relax and stretch the vaginal muscles which interfere with the ability to consummate relationships” states Dr. Pacik about his treatment program. The program addresses both the physical spasm noted in women suffering from vaginismus as well as the psychologic aspects of fear and anxiety to penetration so prevalent in this population.”

    “BOTOX® alone, without the full program including post-procedure counseling and follow-up is a setup for failure as has been seen in several patients,” explains Dr. Pacik about the treatment.”

    This is a wonderful Press Release. Thank you Dr. Pacik for continuing to do so, so much for women with vaginismus and for breaking down the walls of silence and isolation that so often accompanies this condition!!!


    (Tear)….. Congratulations Dr Pacik and thank God for all the women brave enough to trust in you and have the courage to partake in the treatment protocol.

    Without you, there is no “us” (women overcoming vaginismus)

    Thank you……

    Dr. Pacik

    Thank you Heather and 23 years for your kind remarks. For those who would like to read the scientific article from which the press release was written, it is now on our website.
    Link to to read the full article located at the bottom of the page.
    I encourage women to share this article with their doctors and therapists to make vaginismus more well known and to be able to get a meaningful referral for treatment, which can help with insurance coverage.

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