The Houston Chronicle: A Struggle with Fibroids

“With Acessa, I can do a procedure on a Friday and by Monday, the patient is ready to go back to work,” Patolia said.

[Radiofrequency ablation] has been around for a while, but previously it was primarily used in medical procedures for the liver, prostate, pain and even varicose vein removal.

“For treatment of fibroids, it’s just gaining ground,” she said. “Anyone who has symptoms of fibroids is a candidate.”

For Finkeldey, a quick recovery would help her get back to her business as soon as possible.

“Because of what I do, I leaned toward Acessa,” she said. “It just made more sense.”

Finkeldey’s surgery was on Wednesday, Oct. 16; and she returned to work the following Monday. “I felt human again,” she said.

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