This can be treated by means of a radio frequency current. The needle(s) are placed at the nerve, with the use of radioscopy when this is necessary. The nerve is then stimulated to see whether we have found the right location. When this is the case, you will feel a tingling through the pain area and you need to indicate when and where you feel anything. After a local sedation, the nerve is then treated with a radio frequency current, resulting in a long-lasting effect. In some cases, we inject a sedative as well as an anti-inflammatory medication.