COOLIEF* Cooled Radiofrequency (RF) provides up to 12 months of pain relief.

Expand your pain relief options and consider COOLIEF* Cooled RF.

When compared to intra-articular steroid injections, COOLIEF* Cooled RF was found to provide:

• Significantly greater and longer-lasting pain relief

• Improved physical function

• Higher patient satisfaction1

If it's visibly painful, it's time for COOLIEF* Cooled Radiofrequency. To find a COOLIEF*-trained specialist use our Find A Specialist locator below.

Are you a physician looking for long-lasting relief for your OA knee patients? See how COOLIEF* fits into your treatment algorithm. Click here to learn more.

1.Davis T. Study: Cooled RF Ablation Superior to Corticosteroids in Knee Osteoarthritis. Pain Medicine News 2017 Feb.
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  2. Kawaguchi M, Hashizume K, Iwata T, et al. Percutaneous radiofrequency lesioning of sensory branches of the obturator and femoral nerves for the treatment of hip joint pain. Reg Anesth Pain Med. 2001;26:576-581.
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  5. Halyard Health Inc. sponsored study. A prospective, multi-center, randomized, clinical trial evaluating the safety and effectiveness of using COOLIEF Cooled Radiofrequency probe to create lesions of the genicular nerves and comparing corticosteroid steroid in the management of knee pain. Final results 03April2017. Study available upon request from Halyard.
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  8. Ho KY, Hadi MA, Pasutharnchat K, Tan KH. Cooled radiofrequency denervation for treatment of sacroiliac joint pain: two-year results from 20 cases. J Pain Res. 2013;6:505-511.
  9. Choi WJ, Hwang SJ, Song JG, et al. Radiofrequency treatment relieves chronic knee osteoarthritis pain: a double-blind randomized controlled trial. Pain. 2011;152:481-487.
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  11. American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. Information Statement 1045: Opioid Use, Misuse, and Abuse in Orthopaedic Practice. October 2015.