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One of the hardest things about practicing as a pain management physician is running out of viable options for patients with osteoarthritis (OA). Offering radiofrequency ablation with COOLIEF* has been transformational by allowing me to improve outcomes for my patients, including those who had experienced intractable pain.

Suzanne Mazi, MD, FAAPMR, Performance Pain & Sports Medicine

Patient satisfaction is critical to improve patient outcomes

You probably see many chronic pain patients, and have put them through a multitude of treatments. Some have had – or are pending – surgery such as total knee or hip replacement, or spinal fusion. What they all have in common is chronic pain, and that is where COOLIEF* Cooled Radiofrequency (RF) Comes in. COOLIEF* Cooled RF is the only thermal radiofrequency system using water-cooled technology to safely deactivate difficult-to-reach target nerves which are transmitting painful signals to the brain. It is a non-surgical, non-narcotic, and effective pain management solution for chronic pain patients.

COOLIEF* Cooled RF – Reshaping thermal radiofrequency

  • Clinically proven to provide up to 24 months of pain relief
  • Improved physical functionality
  • Reduced drug utilization.

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March 1, 2019 in Acute/Surgical Pain, ON-Q, Opioids, Patient Experience, Posts

The Truth Shouldn’t Hurt

The Truth Shouldn't Hurt But choosing the wrong non-opioid postoperative therapy can. FACT-CHECKING THE NEW “LONG-ACTING LOCALS” (LALs). While the urgency to find opioid-sparing pain relief for the post-op setting…
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February 4, 2019 in Chronic Pain, Coolief, Patient Experience, Practice

Ultrasound of the Knee Technique

The First to Bring Ultrasound-Guided Cooled RF to the Knee* * with level 1 clinical data Finally, physicians can manage long-term relief of OA knee pain with an ultrasound-guided procedure…
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December 19, 2018 in Industry News

Study finds new approach to manage post surgical pain with less opioids

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December 19, 2018 in Industry News

Babies born in opioid withdrawal have unusually small heads

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December 6, 2018 in Acute/Surgical Pain, Patient Experience, Posts

Highlights from ACOG’s Guidelines — Treating Pain after C-section

Highlights from ACOG’s Guidelines — Treating Pain after C-section Watch how Fox 31 Denver featured ON-Q as a way for hospitals to reduce opioid use for new moms after c-sections.…
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December 6, 2018 in Acute/Surgical Pain, Chronic Pain, Posts

Acute vs. Chronic Pain, and how to treat them differently

Pain should be on the radar of every health care provider, as it affects more Americans “than diabetes, heart disease and cancer combined," according to the American Academy of Pain…
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