Knee Pain: Can radiofrequency nerve ablation help?

Posted 04 Jun, 2017

As you age, your joints break down, your cartilage wears thin, and the fluids that lubricate your joints decrease. You may begin to experience arthritis, pain, and swelling in your joints. The nerves exiting your spinal cord can become pinched or constrained when arthritis begins to affect your vertebrae.

If pills and lotions cease to be effective, radiofrequency ablation is another treatment that can help.

Please click the link below to read further:

http://www.healthline.com/health-slideshow/radiofrequency-ablation-arthritis-pain#1

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