RFA for Sleep Apnea - Scott's Story
Hi my name's Scott. I was recommended by a friend of mine to Scott Robertson, and I would recommend Scott Robertson to you to get your procedure done. Prior to RFA, I had a hard time sleeping at night—tossing and turning, waking myself up, snoring. People said I shook the walls and sounded like a bear. I was real sluggish most of the day, tired most all the time, hard to get motivated all the time.
Recovery’s very very short, as far as you walking around. I’d go to dinner. Right after I’d get out of here, I’d go to lunch, so that’s about maybe a couple hours after. It’s not bad at all.
I was a commercial driver for 15 years. I did a lot of saturation diving and gas diving. I had my face in an oral/nasal for a lot of years, and the CPAP was definitely a lot more uncomfortable than having to work four hours in the water with an oral/nasal stuck in my face.
The RFA procedure has enhanced my life tremendously. As far as me going to sleep at night, I go to sleep, I stay asleep, I get up, and go the whole day without getting tired. I would highly recommend this procedure for people with sleep apnea if they want to get to a different place for sure.