• Scott Knock – army medic, husband, dad

    neuromodulation

    04/23/2019

    A 2010 helicopter crash in Afghanistan left 24-year-old Scott Knock of Fort Collins with shrapnel embedded in his body. Army doctors in Texas quickly took care of that, but they couldn’t find the cause of residual muscle and nerve spasms that almost incapacitated the Army medic.

  • Ben Conners – swimmer, outdoor enthusiast

    neuromodulation

    04/23/2019

    A blood clot in his arm sent Ben Conners to his doctor in November 2012. The exam revealed compression of the vein just under his clavicle, known as venous thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS). Ben’s body architecture provided a narrower-than-average space for his vein, plus he’d bulked up his muscles swimming, leading to more compression. His blood flow was squeezed, causing clotting. After tests, surgery appeared to be the best option.

  • Megan (age 21)

    barolat , neuromodulation , psl

    04/05/2018

    "Now I’m doing everything that they said I couldn’t so it’s like a miracle story."

  • Cassie (age 43)

    barolat , neuromodulation , psl

    04/05/2018

    "Neuromodulation has been a life saver for me." Cassie, 42

  • Darren (age 36)

    barolat , neuromodulation , psl

    04/05/2018

    "There’s another option out there that’s not drug related."

  • Gari (age 59)

    barolat , neuromodulation , psl

    04/05/2018

    "I found Dr. Barolat and the rest is really history."

  • Mona (Wife of Patient)

    barolat , neuromodulation , psl

    04/05/2018

    "I really feel like I got my husband back." Mona, Gari’s wife

  • Jack King

    barolat , neuromodulation , psl

    04/05/2018

    World renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Giancarlo Barolat is the expert at neurostimulation and the pacemaker for pain. See how it works, the surgery and first hand experience from patient Jack King. Spinal Cord stimulation helps lower back pain when nothing else helps.

  • Abby Poulter

    barolat , neuromodulation , psl

    04/05/2018

    Abby Poulter was an athletic child who enjoyed being competitive in gymnastics until one day, she sprained her ankle which triggered a life of pain. The pain was all over. It felt like her body was on fire all day, every day.

  • Jessica Barton

    barolat , neuromodulation , pslmc

    07/05/2017

    When Jessica Barton was 12 years old, she was knocked down by a dog in a park. She was taken to the ER, but was sent home when doctors couldn't find anything wrong. A few months later, she woke up with excruciating pain in her back. After several exploratory surgeries it was discovered that Jessica had actually broken a bone in her back which cut into a nerve, causing her pain.