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What do I need to know about lumbar radiofrequency ablation? Lumbar radiofrequency ablation (RFA) is a procedure used to treat facet joint pain in your lower back. Facet joints are found at the back of each vertebra. A needle electrode is used to send electrical currents to the nerves in your facet joint.How painful is chest ablation surgery?
Chest discomfort can occur from inflammation caused by the procedure, but is generally mild. “The most extreme discomfort following cardiac ablation is usually limited to the standard side effects of anesthesia,” says Arkles.Can a facet or sacroiliac joint be treated with radiofrequency ablation?
As with any injection procedure, treating a facet or sacroiliac joint with radiofrequency ablation must involve careful consideration of benefits versus risks. It is advisable to discuss and understand the potential risks of radiofrequency ablation with a doctor before opting for this treatment method.What are the most common radiofrequency ablation side effects?
The most common radiofrequency ablation side effects include the following four minor side effects: Pain Temporary numbness or burning Temporary pain at the procedure site Infection at the injection site