The lateral pectoral nerve (LPN) innervates anterior shoulder structures. We report a novel technique for radiofrequency ablation (RFA) of the articular branch of the LPN (abLPN) to treat persistent anterior shoulder pain. Ultrasound and fluoroscopy were used to identify bony and vascular landmarks to target the midlateral and superior-lateral coracoid process (CP). Multiple thermal RFA lesions were delivered along this location without complication using a 20-gauge cannula. As a result, the patient has continued substantial relief of resting and dynamic deep anterior shoulder pain beyond 3 months. Ablation of the abLPN may provide anterior shoulder analgesia without causing motor weakness.