You’re Wondering About Thyroid Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA)?
Why Choose Thyroid RFA?
Radiofrequency ablation therapy treats your nodules while saving your thyroid and changing your life.
In the past, the preferred method of treatment involved removing half of, or the entire thyroid. This surgery can result in numerous unnecessary risks and a lifetime of complications.
This FDA-approved procedure allows you to treat the problem, without removing your thyroid. Leaving you to live your life with a functioning thyroid, free of medications.
What Are Thyroid Nodules?
A thyroid nodule is an abnormal growth of cells that occurs within the normal tissue. This abnormal growth forms a nodule within the thyroid gland. Nodules can be filled with fluid and/or blood or they can be solid. Sometimes, the nodules grow large enough to cause uncomfortable symptoms, such as difficulty swallowing and/or breathing.
The good news: there are options
Effective & Backed by Science
Patients are able to see as much as a 90% reduction over 12 months*
For some patients, the nodules totally resolve!
Hyper-functioning nodules and hyperthyroidism typically resolve in 50-80% of patients*
Patients see a dramatic improvement in symptoms and thyroid function
Thyroid Radiofrequency Ablation - A Patient Resource
Finding the Right Specialist For You
We pride ourselves on assisting patients that are looking for Thyroid Radiofrequency Ablation Specialists, specifically in your area.
Our network of doctors is among the best in the world.
We Have Resources to Help You Make Informed Decisions
We have the best patient resources so that you can have a knowledgeable understanding of what happens before, during, and after Thyroid Radiofrequency Ablation treatment(s).
We provide you with articles to help guide you through any thyroid disease topic as well as videos, tutorials, and news about thyroid RFA.
Download Our Thyroid RFA Patient Guide
We have designed a complete Thyroid Radiofrequency Ablation Patient Guide to guide your path before, during, and after a procedure. Now you can know what to expect throughout the entire process.