Seattle Pain Relief Now Offering Revolutionary Back and Neck Pain Treatments with Board Certified Seattle Pain Management Doctor

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Top Seattle pain management clinic, Seattle Pain Relief, is now offering revolutionary back and neck pain treatments. Radiofrequency ablation is a low risk, outpatient procedure that has been shown to be very low risk and offer up to eighteen months of consistent pain relief.

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The typical result in over eighty percent of patients after radiofrequency ablation is exceptional pain relief that not only helps patients reduce the amount of pain medications necessary, but also helps avoid the need for surgery.

Top Seattle pain management clinic, Seattle Pain Relief, is now offering revolutionary back and neck pain treatments. Radiofrequency ablation is a low risk, outpatient procedure that has been shown to be very low risk and offer up to eighteen months of consistent pain relief. Call (855) WASH-PAIN for more information and scheduling.

With ninety percent of individuals suffering from back or neck pain at some point, an unfortunate few end up dealing with chronic pain. The Board Certified Seattle pain doctor at the practice, Dr. Ryskin, is an expert in radiofrequency ablation. The procedure involves application of thermal energy around the affected spinal joints to deaden the sensory supply to the joint.

The typical result in over eighty percent of patients is exceptional pain relief that not only helps patients reduce the amount of pain medications necessary, but also helps avoid the need for surgery. Studies have shown an average pain relief of 15 months, with a repeat procedure offering the same amount of relief when necessary.

Along with offering the RF procedure, Dr. Ryskin offers comprehensive medication management and over 10 procedures for all types of back, neck, arm and leg pain. This may include trigger point injections, facet or medial branch blocks, epidural injections, selective nerve blocks and sacroiliac injections.

Most insurance is accepted at the Seattle pain clinic including Medicare, PPO's, Personal Injury Liens, Tricare, Uniform, AARP, Premera, Regence and more. Call (855) WASH-PAIN for more information and scheduling with pain management Seattle trusts.

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