O Shot

Dr. Leonardo was personally trained by Dr. Runels who developed the P-shot procedure.

Dr. Leonardo is one of the first certified P Shot providers in Canada, first to be certified in Ontario back in 2016.

Priapus Shot Provider Directory, maintained by Dr. Runels, the inventor of the procedure.

His video on the P Shot is featured on the PRIAPUS SHOT® official website.

Dr. Leonardo is an official provider of GAINSWave, He is one of two physicians enlisted in GAINSWave directory of Gainswave providers in Ontario, Greater Toronto Area GTA.

Visit Dr. Leonardo's profile on GAINSWave.com
Orgasm Shot (O-Shot):
The Orgasm Shot (O-Shot) utilizes the body's own ability to heal itself. Blood is withdrawn from the patient and centrifuged to super concentrate the platelets in such a way to preserve their integrity. The super concentrated platelets, serum, and other chemical markers are harvested and injected into the vagina. The contents of the platelets are released into the surrounding tissue to allow for rejuvenation and healing. The Orgasm Shot (O-Shot) can be used as a treatment for Female Urinary Incontinence, Female Sexual Dysfunction "FSD" and Dyspareunia.

Dr. Leonardo explains the O-Shot as treatment for Female Urinary Incontinence, female sexual dysfunction "FSD" and Dyspareunia.

Female Sexual Dysfunction FSD
Sexual dysfunction includes painful intercourse, painful contraction (spasm) of the vaginal muscles, and problems with sexual desire, arousal, or orgasm that cause distress. About 30 to 50% of women have sexual problems at some time during their life. If the problems are severe enough to cause distress, they may be considered sexual dysfunction. Sexual dysfunction can be described and diagnosed in terms of specific problems, such as lack of interest or desire, difficulty becoming aroused or reaching orgasm, pain during sexual activity, involuntary tightening of the muscles around the vagina, or persistent and unwanted physical (genital) arousal. However, these distinctions are not always useful. Almost all women with sexual dysfunction have features of more than one such specific problem. For example, women who have difficulty becoming aroused may enjoy sex less, have difficulty reaching orgasm, or even find sex painful. These women and most women who have pain during sexual activity often understandably lose their interest in and desire for sex.

At the KarmyClinic, we offer the latest exciting treatment for Female Sexual Dysfunction FSD, the Orgasm Shot® (O-Shot®). The O-Shot®may not be right for everyone, but works well in 80% of patients. A second treatment may be necessary if unsuccessful the first time. Patients have reported improved orgasms and better vaginal lubrication. In addition, those with urinary incontinence have reported having their problem corrected.

Female Urinary Incontinence
Female Urinary incontinence is the involuntary leakage of urine. Control over the urinary sphincter is either lost or compromised. The condition has a negative impact on hygiene and social life as it may limit activities. Leakage may occur when you are running, jumping, coughing, or sneezing. The problem is rather common as it affects 1 in 20 women over the age of 20 as either stress incontinence or urge incontinence.

Traditional recommendations to treat this problem include limitation of fluid intake, hourly attempts to void urine throughout the day, and Kegel exercises to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles. These strategies may help a few patients but not the majority. Often patients are then prescribed anticholinergic medications. Many do not tolerate these medications because of the associated side effects like dry mouth, constipation, and brain fog.

At the KarmyClinic, we offer the latest exciting treatment for female urinary incontinence, the Orgasm Shot® (O-Shot®). The O-Shot® may not be right for everyone. If you have a prolapsed uterus, the condition will require surgery. The O-Shot® works well in 80% of patients. A second treatment may be necessary if unsuccessful the first time. Patients have also reported additional benefits like improved orgasms and better vaginal lubrication.

Dyspareunia is the medical term for painful intercourse which is defined as persistent or recurrent genital pain that occurs just before, during, or after intercourse. If infection or a medical condition contributes to pain, treating the underlying problem may resolve the issue. For most postmenopausal women, dyspareunia is caused by inadequate lubrication resulting from low estrogen levels. Often this can be treated with topical estrogen applied directly to the vagina. Other therapies include desensitization therapy and counselling or sex therapy. Desensitization therapy teaches the patient vaginal relaxation exercises that can decrease pain. Kegel exercises are also recommended to strengthen the pelvic floor. Counselling or sex therapy examines negative emotional response to sexual stimulation.