Chronic hip joint pain is a common problem among adults of advanced age.1 Conventional radiofrequency has been reported as a minimally-invasive option for treating chronic hip pain.1-9
Spine & SIJ RF
Use bipolar RF to create a more complete SI Joint RF lesion zone in less time, using fewer, smaller, and less expensive RF cannulae. Even faster with the G4 generator’s multi-bipolar mode. Disposable kits.
Chronic knee osteoarthritis (OA) is a painful disorder common among adults of advanced age.1 Conventional radiofrequency has been reported as a minimally-invasive option for treating chronic knee pain.1,2,3,4
Radiofrequency Generators, Electrodes, and Cannulas for Neurosurgery and Chronic Back, Neck, and Foot Pain Management
Cosman Medical offers a comprehensive range of radiofrequency (RF) generators, electrodes, and cannulae for neurosurgery and pain management in interventional anesthesiology and podiatry. Radiofrequency (RF) nerve ablation is a versatile medical technology with a 60-year track record in medicine. It can be used to treat chronic back and neck pain, including pain from facet joint dysfunction, lumbago, sciatica, nerve impingement, intervertebral disc dysfunction, sacroiliac joint dysfunction, headaches, postoperative pain, complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD). It can also be used to treat severe, intractable pain such as that arising from end-stage cancer (cordotomy), nerve root avulsion injury (DREZ and DREZ nucleus caudalis), and trigeminal neuralgia (PSR). In podiatry, RF is used to treat intractable pain from foot, heel, and ankle disorders like plantar fasciitis and Morton's Neuroma. In functional neurosurgery, RF can be used to treat movement disorders such as Parkinson's Disease, essential tremor, and spasticity.