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Conditions We Treat: Peripheral Nerve Injuries

The peripheral nerves comprise 43 pairs that branch off from the central nerves of the brain and spinal cord, and they supply sensation and motor function to the entire body. Injury to these fragile nerves can be minor or devastating, and require expert diagnosis and management to restore optimal function. 

Peripheral Nerve Injuries: Why Choose Johns Hopkins

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  • With vast experience in surgically managing even the most complex peripheral nerve injuries, the Peripheral Nerve Surgery Center offers the skilled intervention you need to address pain and restore optimal function.

  • The Peripheral Nerve Surgery Center was founded to provide the highest quality surgical care for peripheral nerve injuries and to generate new understanding of the diagnosis and treatment of nerve diseases through research.

  • You will benefit from our multidisciplinary approach, with insights from neurology, neurosurgery, orthopaedics, plastic and reconstructive surgery, radiology and rehabilitation.
    Our holistic approach addresses the total well-being of the patient with a unique degree of experience, successful surgical outcome record and access to quality hospital care.


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Treatment for Peripheral Nerve Injuries

For mild injuries, your treatment plan may include a range of non-surgical treatments such as physical therapy and rehabilitation, orthotic devices and alternative therapies such as massage and acupuncture.

More serious peripheral nerve trauma may require surgery, including operations such as DREZ, brachial plexus injury repair, carpal tunnel release, nerve entrapment surgery, nerve sheath or thoracic outlet syndrome procedures.

Your Peripheral Nerve Surgery Team


Advanced Practitioners

  • Bronwyn Slobogan, P.A. 
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