James E Hagen, MSc, is a clinical neurophysiologist and co-founder of Denver Pain and Spine, PC.
He specializes in electrical neuromodulation as it applies to spinal cord, nerve rootlet, and peripheral nerves for the control of complex pain.
Jim is globally recognized for his programming expertise in neuromodulation devices, having taught and lectured extensively on this topic.
Jim is actively involved in clinical research, particularly in the area of electrical neuromodulation for control of spinal and peripheral nerve structures.
He received his Bachelor’s of Science from Butler University and his Master’s Degree in Physiology from the University of Washington.
With more than forty years of combined experiences in medicine, nursing, and education, Dr. G. founded her practice with the belief that a primary care provider should be a go-to resource for your healthcare needs. In this spirit, she takes a comprehensive approach to the physical and psychosocial aspects of her patients’ health and wellness. Dr. G. holds an earned Ph.D. from the University of Denver. She earned nurse practitioner credentials and Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degrees from the University of Colorado. She is board certified as an Adult Nurse Practitioner (ANP-BC) and Adult Clinical Nurse Specialist (ACNS-BC) by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) In addition to her clinical expertise she has authored and edited numerous textbooks on pharmacology and pathophysiology. Her research interest is in the prescribing behaviors of advanced practice nurses. Dr. G. was born in Cheyenne, Wyoming but grew up in Colorado. She is a wife, mother, grandmother, and sister who enjoys writing, swimming, sewing, and playing the piano.
Dr. Bennett has been active in clinical research involving electrical neuromodulation (spinal cord stimulation and peripheral nerve stimulation) for control of pain in spinal and peripheral nerve structures. He also has done research in spinal drug delivery as applied to chronic pain syndromes. Dr Bennett has designed and conducted research on surgical devices for vertebral compression fractures as well as posterior fixation of the spine for posterior column pain related pathology. Most recently he has shifted his research focus to mesenchymal stem cell and regenerative matrix therapies for acute injury and chronic pain. He is the Founder and Chairman of the Board of the Global Pain Initiative (http://www.globalpaininitiative.org). He has served on the Board of Directors of the American Neuromodulation Society and has served on committees for the American Academy of Pain Medicine and the American Board of Pain Medicine.