Let us help you educate your patients about OAB and therapy expectations

The MyPTNS Patient Education Program
Information for Providers

What is it? 

  • Free service to all Urgent PC providers designed to augment your current efforts and encourage good habits and patient retention
  • Each week, the enrolled patient will receive an email focusing on a topic appropriate to the stage of their PTNS journey

What information does the program cover? 

Weekly emails for the first 12 weeks.

Retired woman using iPadWeek 1  Answers to Common Questions

Week 2  Setting Treatment Goals

Week 3  Lifestyle Choices

Week 4  Pelvic Floor Exercises

Week 5  Urge Suppression Techniques

Week 6  Celebrate Little Successes!

Week 7  Late Response

Week 8   Avoiding Symptom Recurrence

Week 9   Reasonable Expectations

Week 10 Ongoing Therapy

Week 11 Preparing for the Future

Week 12 You Did It!

 

After the initial 12 treatments, emails will be sent periodically  to encourage people to continue with treatment.

Ongoing 1  Long-Term Success Is Possible

Ongoing 2  Stay Focused on Success

Ongoing 3  Has it Really Been 6 Months?

Ongoing 4  Treatment On-Demand?

Ongoing 5  A Little Goes A Long Way

Ongoing 6  Happy Anniversary

 

How do I enroll my patients?

  • Direct patients to www.myPTNS.com where they can sign-up to receive the emails
  • Patient enrollment bookmarks are available from your Cogentix Medical territory manager or by completing the form on this page
  • Patients can unsubscribe at anytime 

 

Urgent PC is indicated for the treatment of Overactive Bladder and associated symptoms of urinary urgency, urinary frequency and urge incontinence. Treatment with Urgent PC is contraindicated for patients with pacemakers or implantable defibrillators, patients prone to excessive bleeding, patients with nerve damage that could impact either percutaneous tibial nerve or pelvic floor function or patients who are pregnant or planning to become pregnant during the duration of the treatment. Most patients don't experience side-effects. If side-effects occur, they are typically temporary and include mild pain and skin inflammation at or near the stimulation site. Caution: Federal law (USA) restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician. For complete instructions for use, storage, warnings, indications, contraindications, precautions, adverse reactions and disclaimer of warranties, please refer to the insert accompanying each product or online at www.cogentixmedical.com. Model is for illustrative purposes only. Urgent PC is a registered trademark of Cogentix Medical © 2017 Cogentix Medical. All rights reserved. 40198A 3/17

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