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Default Neuroma and Cryogenic neuroablation ??

Has anyone tried the Cryogenic neuroablation surgery for neuroma problems?

I had decompression surgery performed on two neuromas in my left foot about 15 months ago - the pain is better, but still there - I'm looking into alternatives other than a neurectomy that might do a better job of reducing the pain - the cyrogenic surgery looks interesting - anyone tried this approach ?
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