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    lorieeg posted:
    Although it has been mentioned in several discussions, I have seen little about RADIO FREQUENCY LESIONING. It is drug-free and long-lasting (6 months to 2 years for me), It is performed by a Pain Management Doctor as an out-patient procedure, with or without anesthesia, depending on the doctor. It probably won't get rid of all the pain, but any relief is better than none. My present doctor is very good, and I always come away with less pain.
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    annette030 responded:
    If it works for you, go for it. My pain is too wide spread for RFL to be useful for me.

    Take care, Annette


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