Treatment Home Treatment Minimally invasive procedures may be required to alleviate facial pain The treatment of trigeminal neuralgia and related syndromes is multifaceted with a variety of options for the patient. These options have variable success rates, durability and risk profiles. In a number of patients, multiple procedures may need to be performed before adequate pain or symptom control is achieved. These procedures include: Microvascular Decompression Stereotactic Radiosurgery Percutaneous procedures Show submenu Radiofrequency ablation Balloon nerve compression Glycerol rhizotomy Deep Brain Stimulation icon-calendar Schedule an appointment Schedule a consultation or record review via phone or online. icon-quote Get a second opinion Learn more about your treatment options. icon-stethoscope Find a doctor Make an appointment at a center of excellence.