Christopher Huser, MD
Christopher J. Huser, MD, specializes in interventional pain management at Metro Denver Pain Management (MD Pain). He serves his patients throughout Greenwood Village, Parker, Thornton, and the surrounding Colorado area by helping them actively manage acute or chronic pain.
Dr. Huser earned his medical degree from the Indiana University School of Medicine. While there, he was recognized for clinically outstanding work in internal medicine, anesthesiology, critical care, surgery, and pediatrics. After graduation, he continued onto Northwestern University, where he completed both his anesthesiology training and pain fellowship.
Since moving to Colorado, Dr. Huser has continued to use interventional, multidisciplinary, and medical treatments for acute and chronic pain. He has extensive training in pain diagnosis and believes patients should have the tools to actively manage their pain. Those tools include — but are not limited to — medication, physical therapy, multidisciplinary management, and injections.
A wide range of experience has enabled Dr. Huser to develop extensive pain management techniques. He has treated cancer pain, lumbar and cervical radiculopathy, myofascial pain syndrome, whiplash injuries, chronic nonmalignant pain, spondylosis, sacroiliac joint dysfunction, complex regional pain syndrome, and more.
Dr. Huser is a member of the Greater Colorado Anesthesia group, the American Society of Anesthesiologists, the American Medical Association, the Colorado Medical Society, the American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Management, the American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians, and more.