Peripheral Nerve Stimulation (PNS)

Peripheral nerve stimulation is a form of pain treatment that is also called neuromodulation. This procedure entails implanting electrodes into the tissue that surrounds peripheral nerves that are responsible for pain and then administering a mild electrical current, which disrupts the pain signals and provides patients with relief.



"Dr. Moghim is one of the most caring Doctors I have ever had. His staff and His thinking outside of the box has brought me back from feeling like I was going to a wheelchair to going to a Dancehall , I thought sure I was going to have a knee replacement of my right knee, and with two minor procedures, I’m up walking without assistance. I can’t say enough about Colorado Pain Care. If you really truly want relief from the agonizing pain this is the place to go! They will get you on track to feeling like yourself again. The nicest thing is everything is in one location. If you need physical therapy just go up one floor and again you will have people who really care and want you to get on the move again. Dr. Moghim thank you from the bottom of my heart I’m looking forward to seeing you soon, Frank Mathis PS, Looking forward to my next procedure!"
I can't say enough good things about Dr. Moghim and the entire team at Colorado Pain Care (CPC) and Colorado Premier Surgery Center. I've struggled with chronic nerve pain for 12 years related to a botched surgery. Finding CPC has changed my life. I've never felt like they weren't trying everything in their arsenal in regards to my condition. About 1 1/2 years ago I started having left hip pain that radiated all the way down my left leg. I had been getting injections and ablations which helped but only for a short time, a few days to a week. Dr. Moghim introduces me to the Peripheral Nerve Stimulator (PNS) by StimWave. After the amazing insurance authorization department worked diligently and received the prior authorization from my insurance I was scheduled for the PNS trial. For the first time in a year and a half, I was able to ride in the car without pain and tears. After the 7 day trial period the PNS had to come out and the authorization process for the permanent began. Shortly after my trial Covid-19 happened so my permanent PNS was delayed. As soon as elective procedures were given the ok to resume the team called and got me scheduled that same week. They knew how the trial had increased my quality of life and wanted to get me in ASAP. I have been exceptional since receiving my permanent PNS and would say my pain relief has improved at least 80%. The PNS, Dr. Moghim and his team have changed my life and I've never been more satisfied with a provider. I would 100% recommend CPC to anyone struggling with pain. The CPC team genuinely cares and is there to help you, not judge you. That in itself means a lot."