Face Treatments

Neurological Surgery, P.C. (NSPC) is dedicated to providing exceptional neurosurgical face treatments and outstanding care—right here in the New York area. The fellowship-trained neurosurgeons at NSPC specialize in brain and spine treatments.

If you have trigeminal neuralgia or other facial conditions, you may be a candidate for one of the revolutionary and minimally invasive procedures offered in our Long Island and other New York centers. Our leading doctors provide state-of-the-art trigeminal neuralgia treatments, including microvascular decompression.

Gamma Knife Radiosurgery

Gamma Knife radiosurgery, a form of stereotactic radiosurgery, is a neurosurgical technique for treating brain tumors and other brain diseases with highly focused radiation beams. It is the most precise form of single-session brain radiation...
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Microvascular Decompression for Trigeminal Neuralgia

What Is Microvascular Decompression? Microvascular decompression is brain surgery to remove pressure (decompression) caused by a very small blood vessel (microvascular) on a cranial nerve, usually the trigeminal nerve. What Conditions Does Microvascular Decompression Treat?...
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Motor Cortex Stimulation (MCS)

If you are suffering from a chronic pain condition that other treatments, such as nerve blocks, oral medication or injections have failed to help solve, then motor cortex stimulation might be the answer you are...
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Neurostimulation

If you are suffering from chronic pain, but don’t want to be tied to drugs to manage it, a neurostimulator might be the key to your pain management treatment plan. Our board-certified and fellowship-trained neurosurgeons...
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Pain management

When Do You Need a Pain Management Specialist? Your physician will review your pain history and then recommend imaging tests such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed tomography (CT) scans or x-rays as needed. If...
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Trigeminal Neuralgia Treatments

What Is Trigeminal Neuralgia? Trigeminal neuralgia is a condition with excruciating ipsilateral (occurring on one side of the body) facial pain. These intermittent episodes of pain, usually only on the left or the right side...
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