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Sacroiliac Joint Radiofrequency Denervation

Radiofrequency Treatment for Pain Relief: Simplicity Procedure at London Interventional Clinic

Chronic pain can be debilitating, affecting daily life and causing significant stress. When more conservative treatments such as anti-inflammatory medication fail to provide relief, radiofrequency treatment may be a viable option. At the London Interventional Clinic, our team led by our Medical Director Dr Stephen Humble, offers the Simplicity procedure to help patients with intractable sacroiliac joint pain.

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What is Radiofrequency Treatment?

Radiofrequency treatment is a minimally invasive procedure that uses an electrical current generated by a radio wave to relieve pain. By applying the current to small areas of nerve tissue, the tissue heats up and pain signals are disrupted, resulting in reduced pain. This treatment is effective for many patients, with pain relief lasting anywhere from months to years. Radiofrequency is typically performed in patients that have had temporary responses to standard diagnostic and therapeutic sacroiliac joint injections. 

The Simplicity Procedure for Intractable Sacroiliac Joint Pain:

The Simplicity procedure is a type of radiofrequency treatment specifically designed to treat intractable sacroiliac joint pain. This procedure offers a non-surgical alternative to fusion, avoiding the risks and complications associated with invasive surgical procedures.

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What to Expect at London Interventional Clinic:

At the London Interventional Clinic, we use the latest techniques and equipment to ensure the highest quality of care for our patients. The denervation procedure is performed in the hospital theatre and the entire admission typically takes an a few hours, allowing patients to walk in and out with minimal time away from work and home. Fluoroscopic (X-ray) guidance is used to ensure safety and accuracy during the procedure.

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Post-Procedure Care:

After the denervation procedure, patients may experience temporary inflammation and extra pain relief medication may be needed for a couple of days. We will provide detailed instructions and support to ensure a smooth and successful recovery.

For patients suffering from intractable sacroiliac joint pain, radio-frequency denervation at the London Interventional Clinic offers a safe and effective alternative to invasive surgical procedures. Our team led by Dr Humble is dedicated to providing the highest quality care to help relieve pain and improve the quality of life for our patients.