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  • KristaBurke01KristaBurke01 Posts: 18
    edited 07/10/2014 - 1:46 AM
    Thanks Bruce, it was a complete article for getting rid of pain. It's a complete pain managemeng guide. I have a job in which I don't get time to exercise but I will definitely find time for exercising as my foot ankle and right arm hurt a lot sometimes. Keep up the great work Bruce. (y)
  • what good information you have presented in a thoughtful and easy to understand manner. thank you so much! Jenny
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  • hanerykrozehanerykroze Posts: 3
    edited 05/11/2016 - 6:52 AM
    great information. Thankx to share.
  • Nice job Bruce.  I can add a bit of info. Talk to as many people as possible before injections and "nerve burning"-RFA.  I have had hundreds of injections and 5 RFA's.  Very good relief but, doesn't last.  Injections about 3 months, RFA about 6 months.  Went on to have 3 back surgeries, stimulator and pain pump.  My advice is get informed second.  Take care of your back first.

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