Have a patient who could use relief from LPR? Reflux Band may be the answer they are looking for.

Your patient has tried sleeping upright. You’ve prescribed different medications. You’ve even discussed the option of surgery. But before you put your patient through a surgical procedure, have him or her try the Reflux Band.

A simple band that applies slight pressure on the UES can make all the difference. It’s comfortable, it’s effective and, most importantly, it’s not invasive. You don’t even need to write a prescription. Read the clinical studies and have your patients rate their symptoms. As it has been for so many other LPR sufferers, the Reflux Band could be their solution to finally finding relief.

Patients who suffer from laryngopharyngeal reflux (LPR) may want to discuss the Reflux Band with you. We recommend patients rate their symptoms to see if the Reflux Band is right for them.

See if Reflux Band is right for you.
Take the Reflux Symptom Index (RSI) Test.

Clinical studies

Clinical Study Overview

Reflux Band Clinical Study

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Prevention of Reflux

Demonstrate that reflux events can be prevented by application of slight external pressure at the cricoid.

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Correlation of Pressure

Determine the effect of the Somna Therapeutics External Manometer on intraluminal pressure.

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Prospective Symptom Study

Multicenter prospective symptom study assessing the safety and effectiveness of the Reflux Band® UES Assist Device to treat symptoms due to the reflux of gastric contents into the throat and lungs.

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Prevention of Esophagopharyngeal Reflux

Prevention of esophagopharyngeal reflux by augmenting the upper esophageal sphincter pressure barrier.

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Prospective Study of UES

A multicenter prospective study assessing the safety and effectiveness of the UES Assist Device in patients with EER.

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Evidence of Reduction of Reflux Events

Determine the presence of induced extraesophageal reflux events with and without the Reflux Band UES Assist Device, as objectively measured by direct trans-nasal pharyngoscopic visualization pharyngeal pH and pharyngeal impedance.

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