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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 01-30-2019, 10:01 PM Thread Starter
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I'm 2nd on the theater list to have the nerves burned in my right knee tomorrow (at last) All being well I will report on the outcome when I return home. From what I've been told,I could/should get up to 2 years pain relief from this procedure & if I'm satisfied with the result,the left knee will be done,& then my back. It sure will be a strange feeling being pain free but I think I'll be able to handle it.. All the best,James jj777746.

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Best of luck James . Is this just nerves there working on or tendons too?
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here's pulling for you James...
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Sending prayers for a quick healing and that your surgery goes well.
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hang in there james. will be thinking about ya. wife has had both hers replaced and I will too at some point.
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Hope you finally get some relief from your pain. I pray for complete success.
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I vote for the best possible outcome! Pain free sounds good.
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Hi Rick,It is the nerves only. I sure hope he doesn't burn any tendons.I am really confident in my medico,he is a "pain management specialist"& has done a ship-load of these procedures. Thanks bud, James
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Stick,Barb,Tim, Bryan & Tom,Thanks for your best wishes,means a lot to this ol' guy.James.

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I will be thinking about you tomorrow, James and wish you the best on the procedure.
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