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Pelvic Floor Therapy

SoLá Pelvic Therapy is a new type of treatment that targets the source of most pelvic pain, starting at the cellular level.

Why choose SoLá Pelvic Therapy?

By the end of my treatments, all of my pain was gone.

These testimonials were sent to us by SoLá Pelvic Therapy patients and their physicians. We would like to thank them for sharing their stories with the millions of women who are also suffering with chronic pelvic pain.

CPP is often misunderstood.

What do women with endometriosis pain, interstitial cystitis pain, bladder pain syndrome, levator myalgia, hypertonic pelvic floor, pelvic congestion syndrome, and those with CPP have in common?


of women with pelvic pain have spastic tender pelvic muscles as a key component of their pain.1

Common symptoms of tight tender pelvic muscles include:

  • Pain with intercourse
  • Pain with sitting
  • Pain with standing
  • Pain with exercise
  • Pain with urination
  • Pain with bowel movements
  • Vulvar pain

The proven power of deep tissue photobiomodulation

With SoLá Pelvic Therapy, you're not masking the pain, you're empowering your own body to break the pain cycle. Unlike traditional pelvic floor therapy in which a therapist uses their fingers to stretch your tender pelvic muscles, SoLá Pelvic Therapy uses safe, proven light energy to activate healing within your cells.

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Relaxes tender, spastic pelvic muscles.

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Improves circulation to inflamed muscles.

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Reduces pelvic muscle pain.

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The Urogynecology Center

6730 W 121st
St Overland Park, Kansas

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Nurture Women’s Health

4085 Ohio Dr. Suite 100
Frisco, Texas

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The Women’s Centre

3321 Unicorn Lake Blvd Suite 121
Denton, Texas

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Central Texas Urogynecology

3407 Glenview Ave
Austin, Texas

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Center for Pelvic Health

100 Covey Dr #205
Franklin, Tennessee

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South Coast Urogynecology

31852 Coast Hwy #203
Laguna Beach, California

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David Ghozland ObGyn

11645 Wilshire Blvd Suite 905
Los Angeles, California

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Boston Urogyn

70 Walnut St #101
Wellesley, Massachussets

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Capital Women's Care

61 Thomas Johnson Dr.
Frederick, Maryland

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Doug Sherlock, MD and Carie Kovach, MD

570 North Leavitt Road
Amherst, Ohio

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Minnesota Women's Care

2603 White Bear Avenue North
Maplewood, Minnesota

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Karny Jacoby, MD, Washington Urology and Urogynecology

13126 120th Ave NE
Kirkland, Washington

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References: 1. Meister MR, Sutcliffe S, Badu A, et al. Pelvic floor myofascial pain severity and pelvic floor disorder symptom bother: is there a correlation? Am J Obstet Gynecol 2019;221:235.e1-15.