Radiofrequency Ablation Treatment

Radiofrequency Ablation Treatment

Febin Melepura MD is a top rated, best in class interventional pain management doctor.

Radiofrequency ablation for back pain may be the best treatment for you if you haven’t responded to other, less invasive techniques. Your NYC back pain doctor often relies on lumbar radiofrequency ablation to treat chronic lower back pain when surgery isn’t an option. The radiofrequency ablation procedure is performed in your Midtown Manhattan pain management doctor’s office and can lead to pain relief that lasts for years. Make an appointment today in our sports injury clinic to get your pain evaluation and treatment.

Radiofrequency ablation, like the name infers, is a procedure that relies on electric current and radio waves to produce enough heat to significantly disrupt the normal flow of the pain and sensations that flow through your nerves. Radiofrequency ablation for back pain is the most common use for the radiofrequency ablation procedure by your Midtown Manhattan sports medicine and pain management doctor.

Whether your back pain originates from an injury or facet joint problems, radiofrequency ablation may be your best bet for reducing and even eliminating your pain. The procedure also works whether your back issues stem from neck pain, shoulder pain, upper back pain, middle back pain or lower back pain.

The Basics of Radiofrequency Ablation for Back Pain

The radiofrequency ablation procedure is minimally invasive. It’s delivered by way of a needle, like an injection. This nerve block procedure is an ideal solution if you’ve suffered from chronic pain lasting more than six months. The relief you get from radiofrequency ablation for back pain can last for up to 12 months, although many people get relief from back pain for years following a lumbar radiofrequency ablation.

If you have any questions or concerns, our team of top pain management specialists in New York can work directly with you to explain your benefits. Contact us: (212) 621-7746

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Sports Injury & Pain Management Clinic of New York

36 West 44th Street, Ste 914,

New York, NY 10036

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