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Radio Frequency in thoracic. questions

jewelspetjjewelspet Posts: 51
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:48 AM in Upper Back Pain, Thoracic
I'm to have Radio Frequency this Wed. In 3 different areas of my Thoracic......
Someone who has had this, please tell me what to expect!!! My pain specialist is very conservative. He usually doesn't give me a IV, but said this time he would..... Just enough to relax me, but tharpt I had to be awake to tell him if I had pain going down my arm or direct pain to area or what.....

I wqnt to know what to expect afterwards....... Will I be able to go & do things I need to do this weekend?? Or will I be needing to take it easy the next few days??? Will I be in pain afterwards from the procedure or pain free immediately???




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