This retrospective study of pain outcomes for radiofrequency neuroablation patients confirms the viability of this modality where conservative, traditional treatments for chronic low back pain have failed.
A retrospective study showed that pulsed radiofrequency is effective as a replacement for both epidural steroid injections and surgery in the treatment of radicular pain as well as cases of peripheral nerve damage.
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