Find out if uterine fibroid embolization can help you
Answer a few questions, get your results, learn if you’re a candidate for uterine fibroid embolization.
This quiz is a free resource for patients
PainTheory is a 100% free patient resource offered by a small number of top-tier clinics in Utah. We help patients understand their treatment options and make confident decisions about finding treatment for fibroids.
Complete the quiz to access a wealth of information.
Learn what factors make someone a good candidate for fibroid embolization
In less than 1 minute you’ll know which factors make someone a good, potential, or not so good candidate for uterine fibroid embolization. You will also gain access to a comprehensive guide on uterine fibroid embolization that covers 99% of patients’ questions.
Enjoy detailed video explanations from a specialist
Remove the confusion surrounding uterine fibroids and their treatment with detailed video information from a medical doctor. We will cover questions like, “are fibroids cancerous”, “do fibroids cause heavy menstrual bleeding or bloating”, and “what is recovery like after fibroid surgery or minimally invasive therapy like fibroid embolization?”
Learn the benefits and risks of different fibroid treatment strategies
Learn about the level A data supporting the broad adoption of uterine fibroid embolization for fibroid overgrowth. Learn about the benefits and risks of various fibroid treatment strategies like medication management, surgical procedures like hysterectomy and myomectomy, and minimally invasive therapies like uterine fibroid embolization.
Get priority scheduling with top specialists near you
PainTheory partners with the top specialists who perform uterine fibroid embolization to bring an unparalleled experience to people suffering from symptomatic fibroids including free, world-class educational resources and rapid scheduling.
What's the catch? There isn't one.
PainTheory is a 100% free patient resource offered by the top physicians. PainTheory only works with providers who go above and beyond to bring world class educational resources to the public.
If you decide not to see a specialist, no problem at all, hopefully we were able to help with your decision. If you do end up seeing a specialist, hopefully you choose one of our partner clinics; they’re some of the best and the brightest.