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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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October 31, 2018 in Chronic Pain, Coolief, Patient Experience, Practice

Extend Pain Relief

  Extend the reach of pain relief COOLIEF* Cooled RF: New Ultrasound Guided Technique for OA Knee Pain UP TO 12 months of pain relief. Contact a sales rep today…
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