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... Hi! Did your doctor mention radiofrequency nerve burning? ... (3 replies)
... Doesn't burning mean fusing? ... (3 replies)
... Yes that sounds exactly like what he was talking about! He mentioned burning, for sure. Wow so it didn't help you?? What is your diagnosis exactly? They think I probably have either some type of muscle pain, or maybe more likely inflammation, based on how well my pain responded to a round of cortisone epidurals (but they wore off after 6 months). But the... (9 replies)

... Hi! For me the RFA lasts 8 months; I know this is about average although some get up to a year's relief. For me it has made a huge difference in my pain levels and how long I can sit. Also, I am not taking as many pain killers. It takes 1-2 weeks to fully recover from the procedure. You can still go through your day, but I need to take more breaks to ice/rest during the... (3 replies)
... numbing stuff well as the nerve burning...please, please tell me that I won't be awake for that part again. Or do they just sedate you when they do the actual burning? ... (15 replies)
Nerve Block
Mar 3, 2005
... I had a nerve block done back in October... my Pain Management doctor did it to find out what nerve or whatever was causing my pain... he did the block on my S1 nerve immediately sent horrible pain down my back and leg... and then after about 5 seconds it went away totally.... I was pain free for about 30 min... ... (10 replies)
Nerve block
Nov 10, 2007
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... urned." I had another MRI this fall, and you could clearly see inflammation in three of my facet joints. There did not seem to be worse wear down from having the nerve burning though. I think with the procedure you can be more active, which is good, but there is always the possibility of the arthritis getting worse. ... (15 replies)
... Dear Leslie, Your situation is very similar to mine! I got the same kind of temporary relief from the nerve block. I have had really good success from the nerve burning! I have had it done 3 times, each time 8 months apart. I know some people get less time, some more. My doctor said 9 months is average. ... (15 replies)
Nerve burning
May 28, 2012
... Are you still having pain from the procedure, or do you mean that the pain you had prior to the nerve burning is just the same as it was? ... (6 replies)
... nerve burning in my lumbar areas, and have had a lot of pain control from that. In my sacroiliac area, I just get injections. ... (3 replies)
... I am going in for this procedure tomorrow. I am actually looking for information on the pain of the procedure. Carol, if you see this response, when you asked if the Dr. did a test injection.. ... (5 replies)
... to decrease pain symptoms arising from degenerative facet joints within the spine that is performed using radiofrequency to severe the signals running from the nerve to the brain. ... (5 replies)
... S1 fusion 7 weeks ago and have the burning down my RIGHT leg and foot. Neurosurgeon is pretty worthless on assisting with the pain. ... (2 replies)
... Hi! Burning a nerve can help pain if that is where the pain is coming from. ... (8 replies)
Nerve Burning
Jun 8, 2007
... My pm doctor says he wants to try nerve burning next. He also told me that the nerve would grow back in 6 months. Has this worked for anyone? ... (3 replies)
... I have had the procedure repeated several times, and it has given me good pain relief. ... (2 replies)
... weeks for the area to heal from the procedure, and the nerve endings take a while to die out. At about 4 weeks, you will start feeling the relief from the nerve burning. ... (7 replies)
... but he already knew from past experience that my particular ins co wouldn't pay for that he said they get around that by doing the phenol injection burning instead. ... (8 replies)
Nerve Block
Mar 3, 2005
... Hi all,As far as burning the nerve endings you should go on the pain management board there is alot of info there. ... (10 replies)

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