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deniseb.ddeniseb. Posts: 1
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:58 AM in Degenerative Disc Disease
I had a 3 level cervical RFA today. I appreciate the wonderful insight from other's experiences. First of all, my osteopath only does one side at a time because "doing both sides would be too much". I was told that the burning sensation was quite common with cervical ablation and while it will eventually go away, the best treatment would be to have a nerve block. I am preparing for the worst and hoping for the best...


  • I have had both sides of my neck done RFA procedure the right side went well but the left side is giving me alot of pain Im currently having to do light duty at work and its hard being here 8 hours and not being able to lay down. Pain pills make me so tired. Im not sure why the left side hurts more. It feels like ive been hit by a truck my shoulder both side of neck and arms and upper back are killing me :''(
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