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Radiofrequency Neurotomy - coming soon

Times RomanTTimes Roman Posts: 2
edited 09/16/2015 - 6:08 PM in Back Surgery and Neck Surgery
G'day mates. First real post.

Have the procedure coming up soon. No specific date yet, but no earlier than November, unless they can squeeze me in when someone else cancels.

Last time
One side was Aug 2014
The other side was Feb 2015

This time
Both sides will be performed simultaneously

So I was thinking it would be good to hear from a member that has had this procedure multiple times.

My question is about the effectiveness and relief of each subsequent procedure - were the benefits the same each time, or did they somehow diminish as the frequency of the treatments increased over time? You know, as if a tolerance is built up.......?

Thanks for that and for your responses ahead of time!


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