I was just checking on you. I know Mollyrae wanted me to talk to you about the Radio Frequency. I just had mine done a second time a week ago. I had commented on your question in the pain management forum. Please read it and let me know what specifics you would like to know! I wish I had had someone to talk to before my first time and second! It's a great procedure to try and can really, really help! Hope to talk to you soon !
i had raido frequency for my nerve it was pretty painful but it was a miracle my facet joint was messed up and i couldn't bend at all with out sever pain or sit pretty much my life was controlled by the pain but going through the having the radio done my life is now so much better i feel like it's total worth the pain of the surgery for the results you get after it only takes about 8 days to fully recover but the doctor should give you med's to help with the after pain of surgery
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