The World Health Organization (WHO) defines the quality of life as “personal perception of one’s own life position, in the context of the cultural and value system in which individual lives and in relation to his goals, expectations, standards and interests.” Health-related quality of life describes subjective satisfaction with health status.

30 patients completed the WHO Quality of Life Questionnaire. Quality of life was measured before and after SEGOVA program.

To the question: “How would you rate your quality of life?” 40% of patients answered positively, that their quality of life is better.

To the question: “How satisfied are you with your health?” 53% of the surveyed patients answered that they are significantly more satisfied with their health.