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The Transverse Myelitis Center

Meet Our SpecialistsOur Physicians and Staff
Our multi-specialty clinic provides expert care to patients with TM. Meet our team.

The Johns Hopkins Transverse Myelitis Center was the first center in the US and the world dedicated to the diagnosis, clinical management and research of transverse myelitis. A team of neurologists, rehabilitation specialists, neuropsychiatrists, neurosurgeons, neuro-ophthalmologists, therapists and other scientists facilitate the evaluation and management of patients affected by transverse myelitis.

By partnering with physicians throughout Johns Hopkins Medicine, we provide a comprehensive diagnostic evaluation of transverse myelitis and maximize treatment, recovery and function in our patients.

The Johns Hopkins Transverse Myelitis Center is also uniquely committed to linking those who need treatment with those who provide it. By sharing advances in research and treatment — and the impact they have had on those being treated—our partnership with patients becomes that much stronger. Please visit Project RESTORE to learn more.

To make an appointment or request a consultation, please call 410-502-7099, option 1.


Related Links

3rd Annual Regional Transverse Myelitis Symposium: June 20, 2015
On June 20, 2015 the Johns Hopkins Transverse Myelitis Center (JHTMC) will be hosting our third annual Regional Transverse Myelitis Symposium for people touched by TM, including patients, family members and caregivers. RSVP now.

A Dancer Relearns How to Walk: Michelle, a young dancer, experienced sudden pain and numbness in her legs and consulted Johns Hopkins neurologist Carlos Pardo, director of the Transverse Myelitis (TM) Center. The diagnosis was something Michelle and her family never suspected. Here is her inspiring story. 

Attacking Two Brain Disorders on Multiple Fronts
Uncover how Hopkins researchers are finding new treatments and diagnostic tools to treat multiple sclerosis and transverse myelitis.Learn more about the relationship between transverse myelitis and multiple sclerosis at Project RESTORE

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