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Effective relief for persistent trigeminal neuralgia pain Woman relaxing while getting ready

No one should accept trigeminal neuralgia pain. If medications haven't provided adequate relief, our surgeons can help. The Trigeminal Neuralgia Surgery Center at Johns Hopkins provides the latest, most effective surgical procedures to patients suffering from this debilitating condition.


Why Choose the Trigeminal Neuralgia Surgery Center

As a patient of the Johns Hopkins Trigeminal Neuralgia Surgery Center, you'll be paired with a surgeon skilled in rhizotomy, stereotactic radiosurgery and microvascular decompression.

Care Tailored to You

We take the time to know how trigeminal neuralgia affects your life and what you'd like to accomplish with treatment. Together, we'll find the most effective procedure for you.

Experienced Team

Our experts help hundreds of patients with trigeminal neuralgia every year. We offer a range of safe, effective techniques to match your lifestyle and treatment goals.

Safe, Flexible Appointments

We are taking extraordinary measures to provide safe and timely care during the COVID-19 pandemic, including offering virtual consultations to minimize your need to travel.


Who should consider surgery for trigeminal neuralgia?

Surgery isn’t right for every patient diagnosed with trigeminal neuralgia. But for many, it can be transformational. Consider speaking to a trigeminal neuralgia surgeon if:

Medications alone haven't provided adequate pain relief.

The side effects of your medication interfere with your quality of life.

Your pain lingers after prior surgical procedures.


Hear From Our Experts


Overview: Trigeminal Neuralgia

Webinar: Surgery for Trigeminal Neuralgia

Our Locations

In-person and telemedicine appointment options are available for initial consultations and follow-up care. If surgery is needed, your procedure will be performed in a state-of-the-art operating unit.

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