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What is the Stretta procedure for treating heartburn & GERD?

The Stretta procedure for heartburn and GERD is a minimally invasive method that utilizes radiofrequency energy to heal the lower esophageal sphincter. In this video, surgery specialist James Rosser Jr., MD, explains how this procedure works. 

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