BayCare Clinic in the News: New, non-surgical treatment for chronic pain

Wed, Oct 31, 2018

Dr. Thomas Wilkins of BayCare Clinic and Amy Hanten of WLUK, Fox 11.

WHO: Dr. Thomas Wilkins, a pain and rehab medicine physician with BayCare Clinic, visited WLUK, Fox 11, to discuss Coolief on “Living with Amy.”


WHAT: Coolief – cooled radiofrequency ablation – is minimally invasive and treats the nerves causing chronic joint pain. It’s the first and only radiofrequency treatment that is FDA-cleared for the relief of osteoarthritis knee pain.


WHERE: The story aired Tuesday, October 30, on WLUK, Fox 11.


WHEN: It is available online. Watch the video.


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