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Struggling with
Endometriosis Pain?

SoLá Pelvic Therapy focuses on the source of pain at a cellular level, achieving maximum pain reduction as quickly as two weeks.*

7 out of 10 patients achieved meaningful reduction in pain associated with endometriosis**
Of those, 7 out of 10 patients reported their pain as minimal or gone***

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.

Less pain in less time with less side effects

SoLá Pelvic Therapy may be your quickest path to pain relief.

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Possible therapies
Treatment time per year
Side effects
Time to pain reduction
Physical therapy
2 months
Pain or discomfort
Not reported2
6 to 24 months
Hot flashes, night sweats, bone loss
50% of patients saw improvement at 3 months
SoLá Pelvic Therapy
3 weeks***
Transient itching, vaginal discharge
80% of patients saw improvement at 3 weeks**

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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*Calculated from analysis of de-identified, coded, real-world data captured at the time of every treatment on every patient. The average number of treatments to maximum reduction in overall pain is 4-5 treatments. Treatments are approximately 3 minutes performed at a minimum interval of every other day.

**Calculated from analysis of de-identified, coded, real-world data captured at the time of every treatment on every patient. Meaningful pain reduction means a reduction in 2 points on a 0-10 scale. Patients included in calculation are those who have had at least 3 of the standard 9 treatments. These ratios relate to the fraction of patients reporting at least a two point decrease in overall pain. Ratios are calculated by rounding to the nearest whole number. Example, 69% is 7 out of 10. These ratios apply to the group of patients who had a symptom or diagnosis. Using a standard value of 1 point change 82% of patients achieved overall improvement. Your chance of improvement may be higher or lower.

***Calculated from analysis of de-identified, coded, real-world data captured at the time of last treatment on all patients. Categories were based on final pain score on 0-10 scale. Minimal or gone (0-4), Moderate (5-7), Severe (8-10).

References: 1. Proven Results in Clinical Trials. Orilissa website. Accessed April 16, 2020. 2.A review of the published literature did not provide results for physical therapy results.