Researchers find success in freezing nerve pain

04/16/2013 | International Business Times

Researchers have found that treating nerve pain at the source using the freezing technique cryoneurolysis can reduce the chronic pain associated with neuralgia. Dutch scientists published a study late last year showing that the procedure can help treat phantom limb pain in amputees by freezing nerves in amputated limbs, but the practice is also being used to relieve pain from nerve damage caused by injury and diabetes.

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