Patients with two successful diagnostic Medial Branch Block (MBB) injections are eligible for Radiofrequency Neuroablation. Using a radiofrequency current to heat the injection needle tip, Radiofrequency Neuroablation essentially melts the tiny pain nerve so that it can no longer convey pain signals to your brain. Nerves no longer transmit pain after a Neuroablation procedure. Spinal flexion and extension are made possible via the facet joints, which are positioned between each vertebra. 'Medial Branch Nerve' is the name given to the nerve that supplies the joint with blood and oxygen. Back discomfort caused by arthritic conditions can be effectively treated with this method. Years of pain alleviation are common. Schedule your appointment right away!
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