A grandmother in need of a hip replacement, an all-American high school swimmer with a bad shoulder and a 40-year-old construction worker with nerve pain in his elbow.

These patients have very different injuries, but all three could be helped by peripheral nerve stimulation. The approach uses implanted leads to deliver doses of electricity that interrupt the brain’s ability to feel pain. The odds are low, however, that all three could access the treatment.

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