If your child is facing a complex or serious neurological condition that requires surgery, expertise matters. Our pediatric neurosurgery program is one of the top multi-specialty centers of its kind, with vast experience, skill and advanced treatments that offer hope to children and families.
Appointments & Referrals
Why Choose Johns Hopkins Pediatric Neurosurgery
Your child's team includes world-class experts who have dedicated their careers to caring for children with challenging neurological conditions.
The Johns Hopkins Children's Center offers modern technologies and a comforting environment to stimulate healing and help kids be kids despite illness.
Clinical Trials and Advanced Treatments
Our experts help you navigate your child's treatment options and recommend the most beneficial therapies and clinical trials.
Pediatric Neurosurgery Care Locations
When you schedule your child's consultation, you will meet with one of our neurosurgeons at the Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center. If surgery is needed, it will be performed in a state-of-the-art operating unit in the Johns Hopkins Children's Center.
Hear From Our Experts
Cerebral Palsy: Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy Procedure | Dr. Dody Robinson
Pediatric Brain Tumors | Dr. Al Cohen
Craniosynostosis | Dr. Eric Jackson
Support Groups and Patient Resources
Pediatric Adolescent Support Group
This Johns Hopkins support group provides activities and peer support for children age 12 to 21. The group meets the third Thursday of each month. For more information, contact the social worker at 410-955-8754.
Pediatric Oncology Parent Support Group
This support group at Johns Hopkins helps parents of pediatric oncology patients. Evening meetings are held monthly or as needed. For more information, contact the social worker at 410-955-8125.
The National Children's Cancer Society (NCCS)
The NCCS Family Support Program pairs families with a trained case manager to help provide practical and emotional support. Learn more from the NCCS.
Craniosynostosis and Positional Plagiocephaly Support (CAPPS)
CAPPS supports and educates families with children who have craniosynostosis and positional plagiocephaly. Learn more about CAPPS.