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The SoLá Pelvic Therapy patient touch screen captures patient experience data at the time of every single treatment in every office worldwide,* allowing us to share how well patients respond to the therapy across various symptoms and diagnoses.
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Two out of every three women reported their overall pain to minimal or gone following SoLá Pelvic Therapy***
Secondary to high copays for drugs such as ORILISSA and Elmiron, as well as the multiple copays associated with physical therapy, SoLá Pelvic Therapy may be your most
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*The SoLa Therapy user interface allows patients to interact with the touch screen (while device is in safe mode) to complete validated medical questionnaires about their symptoms.
**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. https://www.orilissa.com/about/clinical-trials. Accessed April 16, 2020. 2. Proven Efficacy. Elmiron website. https://www.orthoelmiron.com/hcp/elmiron-proven-efficacy. Accessed April 16, 2020. 3.A review of the published literature did not provide results for physical therapy results.