Dr Sheraz Sajjad, Dr Sheikh Tahir Siddique, Dr Muhammad Khawar Shahzad
Purpose: Authors desired to assess the relevance of this new methodology in our patients with lumbar attribute disorders in our Division of Algology. Radio frequency thermocoagulation is the most common new strategy and has been projected for the correction of back pain studied from the joints of the spine. Methods: The observational review, the reconstruction records of 498 respondents having lumbar disorders treated with RFT in 2017-2019, was proved, in the current study. Overall, data were collected from the torment assessment sheets in the patient records and scored. Data on age, sexual orientation, Simple Visual Scale (SVS) scores at the time of treatment, and post-treatment achievement scores were recorded from patient treatment records. Pain scores on the Simple Visual Scale (SVS), day-by-day scores (1= poor to 4 = largely fantastic) and achievement scores (1= poor to 4 = extraordinary) before the system and at Day 1, Day 2, and in this sense at some time, 2 weeks, 1 month, most of 1 year and 1 year after the intervention remained considered and recorded. Results: The normal VAS score before treatment was 9.04 ± 2.07. The normal pre-treatment VAS score was 9.04 ± 2.07, at one-month post-treatment it was essentially reduced and at 1.5 years post-treatment it was 2.19 ± 0.77. Achievement scores were considered to be generously higher after treatment. Training scores were found to be higher after treatment than before treatment. No patient sting was noted. Conclusion: The repeat radio thermocoagulation can lead to considerable improvement in lumbar desolation in the long term, and may allow recovery of physical capacity to a greater degree in patients with appearance problems distinguished by the authors. Keywords: Low back agony; VAS, Pain dimension; Facet disease, Radiofrequency thermocoagulation.