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We strongly recommend that you use this product under the guidance and direction of a women's health physiotherapist


Therawand is the original pelvic wand. For some time it was renamed PelviWand but the company has since returned to the name Therawand for both its vaginal ana danal versions.

Therawand V has two release ends. One shaped like an opposable thumb and one like a finger tip.

Each end of the Therawand V can be used for manual massage and trigger point (myofascial) release. This wand is designed to assist in  alleviating pelvic pain by helping to release muscle tension in the pelvic floor muscles.

You can view the other version, Therawand LA  which is designed for vaginal (women) and rectal (men and women) use here

A Therawand V will usually be one component of a multifaceted approach involving physiotherapy and relaxation techniques.
Benefits will be greatest when given comprehensive instruction from your health professional on how to use the Therawand V correctly in order to avoid injury.
With correct use of the Therawand V you are able to continue your therapy at home allowing a greater sense of control over your own treatment, as well as being empowering physically and psychologically.

Use of the wand to access sore points in pelvic floor muscles  can replicate what your physiotherapist does in a treatment session.
It enables you to control the exact amount and location of pressure applied.

Which pelvic floor issues can benefit from using PelviWand V ?

  • Pelvic floor muscle dysfunction (pain, over activity, shortening, 'trigger points' , sore spots)
  • Vaginismus
  • Painful scar tissue, such as episiotomy
  • Tight vaginal opening
  • Anorgasmia
  • Levator Ani Syndrome
  • Myofacscial Pain Syndromes
  • Dyspareunia (painful intercourse)


Every wand is made in the US of Medical Grade Acrylic.
It comes sealed in plastic with an easy to understand instruction sheet and a storage pouch.

Wash with warm soapy water following use and store in the pouch provided.

Therawand V

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