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A serious medical condition that your patients aren’t talking to you about

If left untreated, urinary incontinence (UI), is associated with physical decline2,3 and may negatively impact measures of cognitive function4,5 and social and emotional well-being.6,7

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The challenges of pelvic floor muscle training

Pelvic floor muscle training (PFMT) is globally recommended as part of first-line treatment for UI8 and proven to work, but most women don’t perform their exercises correctly, or at all.9

51%
51% Women Icon

Up to 51% of U.S. women experience UI10

25%
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Sadly, of these women, only 25% will seek care from healthcare providers11

30%
30% Hospitalization Icon

Women with UI are at a 30% greater risk of hospitalization12

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Women with UI are 2x more likely to be admitted to a nursing facility12

Improve your patients’ pelvic health with leva®

leva is an at-home easy-to-use pelvic health system that can help your patients strengthen their pelvic floor muscles and decrease their symptoms of UI.

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Backed by science, leva is proven to work

Clinical data supports the use of leva for patients with UI.1

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70%

leva users experienced 70% fewer stress UI episodes by week 81

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4 weeks is the time it took for women to see significant symptom improvement1

Significantly greater improvement in condition-specific quality of life vs. PFMT alone1

leva can be easily incorporated into your practice

Introduce your UI patients to leva today. Here’s how to get started.

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Step 1
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Identify the patients who could benefit from treatment.

Step 2
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Complete the prescription form and email or fax it to the leva Women’s Center.

Step 3
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Inform your patient that the leva Women’s Center will contact her in 1–2 business days.

Meet our experts

Samantha Pulliam

Samantha (Mandy) Pulliam, MD

Chief Medical Officer

Currently chief medical officer at Renovia, Dr. Pulliam previously served as an assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology and division director for urogynecology and pelvic reconstructive surgery at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine.

Jessica McKinney

Jessica McKinney, PT, DScPT, MS

VP, Medical Affairs & Clinical Advocacy

Prior to joining Renovia, Dr. McKinney served as director of The Center for Pelvic and Women’s Health for Marathon Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine. Since 2009, she has developed programs in obstetric fistula rehabilitation and pelvic and women’s health in low-income countries.

Laura Keyser

Laura Keyser, DPT, MPH

Senior Manager, Medical Affairs

Dr. Keyser brings 10+ years of clinical expertise in women’s health, pelvic health and child health and development to Renovia. She’s a seasoned researcher, writer, speaker and educator focused on reducing health disparities, improving population-level health literacy, and advocating for gender equity and human rights.

Help your patients take control of their pelvic health.

Contact our Provider Support Helpline to learn more.

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References
  1. Weinstein MM, Collins S, Quiroz L, et al. Multicenter randomized controlled trial of pelvic floor muscle training with a motion-based digital therapeutic device versus pelvic floor muscle training alone for treatment of stress-predominant urinary incontinence. FPMRS. 2021. doi:10.1097/SPV.0000000000001052.
  2. Ca Corrêa L, Pirkle CM, Vafaei A, Curcio CL, Câmara SM. Urinary incontinence is associated with physical performance decline in community-dwelling older women: results from the International Mobility in Aging Study (IMIAS). doi:10.1177/0898264318799223.
  3. Parker-Autry C, Houston DK, Rushing J, et al. Characterizing the functional decline of older women with incident urinary incontinence. Obstet Gynecol. 2017;130(5):1025-1032. doi:10.1097/AOG.0000000000002322.
  4. Hamana T, Dantas DM, Castaneda L, Dantas DDS. Functioning and disability of premenopausal women with urinary incontinence: An assessment by using the World Health Organization Disability Assessment. Neurourol Urodyn. 2019;(May). doi:10.1002/nau.24073.
  5. Lussier M, Renaud M, Chiva-Razavi S, Bherer L, Dumoulin C. Are stress and mixed urinary incontinence associated with impaired executive control in community-dwelling older women? J Clin Exp Neuropsychol. 2013;35(5):445-454. doi:10.1080/13803395.2013.789483.
  6. Mendes A, Hoga L, Gonçalves B, Silva P, Pereira P. Adult women’s experiences of urinary incontinence: a systematic review of qualitative evidence. JBI database Syst Rev Implement reports. 2017;15(5):1350-1408. doi:10.11124/JBISRIR-2017-003389.
  7. Siddiqui NY, Wiseman JB, Cella D, et al. Mental health, sleep and physical function in treatment seeking women with urinary incontinence. J Urol. 2018;200(4):848-855. doi:10.1016/j.juro.2018.04.076.
  8. Favre-Inhofer A, Dewaele P, Millet P, Deffieux X. Systematic review of guidelines for urinary incontinence in women. J Gynecol Obstet Hum Reprod. 2020;49(8):101842. doi:10.1016/j.jogoh.2020.101842.
  9. Moen MD, Noone MB, Vassallo BJ, Elser DM. Pelvic floor muscle function in women presenting with pelvic floor disorders. Int Urogynecol J. 2009;20(7):843-846. doi:10.1007/s00192-009-0853-6.
  10. Markland AD, Richter HE, Fwu CW, Eggers P, Kusek JW. Prevalence and trends of urinary incontinence in adults in the United States, 2001 to 2008. J Urology. 2011;86(2):589-93.
  11. Minassian VA, Yan X, Lichtenfeld MJ, Sun H, Stewart WF. The iceberg of health care utilization in women with urinary incontinence. Int Urogynecol J. 2012;23(8):1087-1093.
  12. Thom DH, Haan MN, Van Den Eeden SK. Medically recognized urinary incontinence and risks of hospitalization, nursing home admission and mortality. Age and Ageing. 1997;26(5):367-374. doi:10.1093/ageing/26.5.367.
Important Safety Information

The leva Pelvic Health System is intended for: (i) strengthening of the pelvic floor muscles; and (ii) rehabilitation and training of weak pelvic floor muscles for the treatment of stress, mixed and mild to moderate urgency urinary incontinence (including overactive bladder) in women. This product interacts with the user via smartphone technology.

Important Safety Information for leva Pelvic Health System: Do not share the leva system. leva is a single-user medical device. Do not use the leva Pelvic Health System while pregnant, or if you think you may be pregnant, unless authorized by your healthcare provider. Do not leave the leva wand in your body for longer than necessary to complete the training session. Remove the wand after each training session. Do not use the leva Pelvic Health System in any other place in your body. Do not have sexual intercourse while the leva wand is inserted. If you experience odor, fever, vomiting, diarrhea, any signs of infections or any flu-like symptoms, contact your doctor immediately. If you experience redness or swelling near the insertion area, or signs of an allergic reaction, contact your healthcare provider immediately. For a complete summary of the risks and instructions for leva, see its Instructions for Use available at Renovia’s website. Treatment with leva Pelvic Health System is prescribed by your healthcare provider. This treatment is not for everyone. Please talk to your healthcare provider to see if it is right for you. Your healthcare provider should discuss all potential benefits and risks with you.

Limited Warranty

Renovia warrants the leva® Pelvic Health System (“leva” or the “device”) against defects in materials and workmanship for twelve (12) months from the date of original purchase. Alleged defects must be reported to Renovia by the original purchaser prior to the end of the warranty. Warranty claims must be supported with reasonable evidence of the claimed defect. Renovia may require the device be returned and if required, will provide customer with a Return Material Authorization number, which must be displayed on the outside packaging sent to Renovia.

Renovia reserves the right to determine whether to repair or replace a device determined to be defective. In the event of replacement, the warranty period of the replacement device will be run from the date of the original purchase. Repair or replacement of your device will not extend the time period of this limited warranty.

This limited warranty does not cover cosmetic or battery deterioration or damage caused by excessive wear and tear, physical or natural destruction, accident, misuse, neglect or other external causes. Any attempt to disassemble the device will invalidate this limited warranty and any use of the device that is contrary to its Instructions for Use (available on Renovia’s website) may invalidate this limited warranty.

REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF THE DEVICE OR ITS AFFECTED COMPONENT ARE THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES PROVIDED IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE PURCHASE AND USE OF THE DEVICE. TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, THIS WARRANTY AND THE REMEDIES SET FORTH ARE EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, REMEDIES AND CONDITIONS, WHETHER ORAL, WRITTEN, STATUTORY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. RENOVIA DISCLAIMS ALL STATUTORY AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND WARRANTIES AGAINST HIDDEN OR LATENT DEFECTS. IN SO FAR AS SUCH WARRANTIES CANNOT BE DISCLAIMED, RENOVIA LIMITS THE DURATION AND REMEDIES OF SUCH WARRANTIES TO THE DURATION OF THIS EXPRESS WARRANTY AND, AT RENOVIA’S OPTION, REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT AS DESCRIBED ABOVE. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW CERTAIN WARRANTY LIMITATIONS, SO THE LIMITATION DESCRIBED ABOVE MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.

Please contact Renovia to confirm the terms of this Limited Warranty prior to purchase. Renovia reserves the right, at its discretion, to modify its terms at any time prior to your purchase.