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SoLá Therapy
works differently

SoLá Therapy empowers your body to conquer your pelvic pain. It delivers an activating light energy that stimulates your mitochondria—the healing powerhouses within your cells. This initiates a powerful, pain-reducing chain reaction that helps your body heal from the inside out.

Average Time to Maximum Pain Relief*





Why is SoLá Therapy effective?

Hear physicians explain why the mechanism of action of SoLá Therapy has led to such positive results.

Heal your cells. Heal yourself.

Only SoLá Therapy works in these 3 ways to help you triumph over chronic pelvic pain—and get you on the path to joyful living.

Cellular photobiomodulation

Increases production of cellular modulators important to healing and pain reduction.

Soothes tense muscles

Helps relax muscles through gentle massage.

Promotes healing

Encourages drainage of harmful lymphatic toxins.

Stimulates oxygen delivery to painful tissue by stimulating blood flow.

The proven power of deep tissue photobiomodulation

With SoLá 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 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.

What to expect with SoLá Therapy

Each SoLá Therapy treatment takes only a few minutes. Some patients notice improvement as soon as 1 week.**

At your provider's office:

The wand applies healing light energy internally, directly to your pelvic muscles.

You may feel a soothing warmth during the treatment.

You may experience meaningful pain reduction over the course of your treatment.

Safety with total confidence

It is reassuring to know that SoLá Therapy is performed only by medical providers. The list of SoLá Therapy providers is rapidly expanding to bring effective relief to more people with CPP.

Excellent safety profile
No reported serious adverse events

*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.

**Everyone is different. Results may vary. Talk to your SoLá provider to learn more about SoLá Therapy. Your pelvic muscles are likely tender, and thus some patients may experience discomfort during or after treatment. Always let your provider know if you are experiencing discomfort.