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... I had radio freq. nerve ablation done and it worked wonderfully for me. I wouldn't hesitate to have it done again if I should ever need it. ... (6 replies)
... :angel: thank you so VERY VERY MUCH for the input but maybe I didn't read what your injury was ?but I AM VERY THANKFUL that you shared your feelings /soul to me . my surgery "rfa" is on the 26th of this month .The injections I had WOW ..JUST thinking about that gives me chills down the spine .I do hope we can REALLY become freinds .. I am also taking the ACTIQ LOLLYPOPS.... (23 replies)
... herniated disc or entrapped nerve root. ... (23 replies)

... I've had a couple rounds of Radio Frequency Nerve Rhyzotmy Ablation ... i.e., nerve frying. You can get anywhere from 6 months to near 2 years relief. At my facets, it lasted 6 months and they repeated it. ... (5 replies)
... S1. I had a radio frequency nerve block completed 10 years ago and it worked great. I am currently out of work due to the back pain and my job requires my to stand for hours and hours. ... (19 replies)
... Hi! I had Radio Frequency Ablation at L3, L4, and L5 in Oct. 2005. It worked very well for me for about 6 months. I was able to sit longer and had much less pain. ... (1 replies)
... short, what finally helped me after the silly injections and several other things was to go for the radio frequency nerve ablation in the lower back. ... (8 replies)
... No I meant a radio frequency nerve ablation. ... (6 replies)
... My treatment was covered by insurance and was performed after a series of injections didn't seem to help as the doc was going up the treatment escalation scale - don't know if insurance would have had any problems if the other stuff hadn't been done prior. So, the $30 copay was it for costs. I had two treatments - my doc said the standard is to do only one side of the... (8 replies)
... how much does radio frequency nerve ablation cost? ... (8 replies)
... inking about having the lumbar medial branch blocks to see if my facet joints are causing my pain and if they are my PM doc is leaning toward the radiofrenquency nerve ablation. I was wondering what doctor prescribed the procedure for you? ... (6 replies)
... then he says plan is to do do the radio frequency nerve ablation. ... (19 replies)
... I would definitely see a spine surgeon for an accurate diagnosis and plan of treatment. A nerve block is usually given before a nerve ablation, and you are correct. If the block makes no discernible change in symptoms, a nerve ablation will not help much either. ... (19 replies)
... i am glad to see that other people out there have also heard of radio frequency ablation. I had inquired several months ago to no avail. ... (3 replies)
... RFA or radio frequency ablation is what my facet injection specialist office said they perform. ... (8 replies)
... No. its called Radiofrequency Ablation or Radio Frequency Lesioning. It involves "cooking" of a nerve to interrupt or block nerve conduction to the brain. ... (7 replies)
... resort solution. They can ablate the nerves affected by the nerve block you had. Best wishes to you. ... (5 replies)
DDD and the pain
Oct 12, 2001
... If you've had the epidurals, the nerve blocks are no worse, in my experience they just pump in a nummer vs. cortisone. ... (6 replies)
... frequency nerve ablation of these nerves. ... (7 replies)
... hi I had a radio frequency nerve ablation a week ago today and so far no relief at all, so back to dr. to find some kind of pain medication to try and get the pain under control. ... (9 replies)

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