Welcome to Dr. Murali’s Pain Centre, where we specialize in delivering relief and improving the quality of life for individuals suffering from chronic pain. With a commitment to compassionate care and cutting-edge treatments, our dedicated team led by Dr. Murali is here to empower you on your journey towards a pain-free and fulfilling life.

What is Knee Cooled RFA ?

For a significant portion of the population, knee osteoarthritis (OA) is a frequent ailment that is linked to pain and physical impairment. The standard therapy progression goes from nonsurgical to surgical choices, then back to conservative treatment approaches. Reliable pain alleviation from surgery is frequently achieved through surgical intervention; however, not all patients are candidates for surgery, and other patients would rather not have it. Patients who no longer benefit from noninvasive methods and who would prefer an alternative to surgery may find relief from their pain with cooled radiofrequency ablation (C-RFA).


  • Osteoarthritis of the Knee
  • Chronic Knee Pain After Surgery
  • Failed Conservative Treatments
  • Chronic Knee Pain Due to Nerve Irritation
  • Post-Traumatic Knee Pain
  • Chronic Pain Following Ligament Reconstruction

Contra Indications

Injections are generally avoided in patients who have a systemic illness or skin infection over the puncture site, bleeding problems or coagulopathy, or an allergy to local anaesthetics or any of the drugs that will be administered.


After undergoing Knee Cooled Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA), a procedure designed to alleviate chronic knee pain by targeting specific nerves, patients may encounter potential complications during the post-procedure phase. While complications are generally uncommon, they can include temporary discomfort or swelling at the site of the procedure. Some patients may experience mild bruising, redness, or numbness in the treated area.

Post Procedure

Following a Knee Cooled Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA) procedure, designed to target and alleviate chronic knee pain, patients enter a post-procedure phase focused on recovery and potential pain relief. Typically utilized for conditions such as osteoarthritis or chronic knee pain, Cooled RFA involves the controlled use of radiofrequency energy to disrupt pain signals in the nerves surrounding the knee joint.