radiofrequency therapy

radiofrequency therapy

the use of radiofrequency ablation for therapeutic purposes, such as the treatment of pain syndromes and arrhythmias.
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Radiofrequency therapy is commonly thought of in terms of ablation, where tissue destruction occurs.
A second, radiofrequency therapy, delivers energy waves to the muscles of the oesophagus and stomach, purportedly improving the function of the valve between the oesophagus and the stomach.
Pulsed radiofrequency therapy of experimentally induced arthritis in ponies.
The new funds will be used to support the ongoing clinical trials of the Stretta(SM) Procedure radiofrequency therapy for gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) and to build the sales and marketing team in anticipation of market clearance.
US Procedure Volumes and Revenues CHAPTER SIX: LASER RESURFACE, PHOTODYNAMIC THERAPY, RADIOFREQUENCY THERAPY AND OTHERS MARKET Introduction Products Market Revenues and Forecast
Table 6-1: The Worldwide Market for Facial Rejuvenation Laser Resurface, Photodynamic Therapy, Radiofrequency Therapy and Tumescent Liposuction Products , 2002-2012
Figure 6-2: The Worldwide Market for Facial Rejuvenation Laser Resurface, Photodynamic Therapy, Radiofrequency Therapy and Tumescent Liposuction Products by Type, 2007 82
Figure 6-4: The Worldwide Market for Facial Rejuvenation Laser Resurface, Photodynamic Therapy, Radiofrequency Therapy and Tumescent Liposuction Products by Region (US, Europe, ROW), 2002-2012
According to Aetna's updated policy posted on its website, the insurer now "considers transurethral radiofrequency therapy (Renessa procedure) medically necessary for the treatment of stress urinary incontinence" in these women.
a global leader in radiofrequency generators for chronic pain management, introduces the StimJect RF Cannula designed to reduce procedure time and increase treatment accuracy of radiofrequency therapy.
The PodiaTherm employs radiofrequency therapy to block the pain by affecting the nerve causing the pain, Rittman says.
According to Rittman, radiofrequency therapy has been used successfully for many years to treat chronic pain.