Epilepsy is a disorder of the brain, diagnosed when an individual experiences two or more seizures.

Seizures are categorized into two groups:
  • Generalized seizures - affecting both sides of the brain, including absence seizures (previously called petit mal seizures) and tonic-clonic seizures (previously called grand mal seizures).
  • Focal seizures - located in just one area of the brain, further divided into simple focal seizures and complex focal seizures.
What is an Epilepsy?

An Epilepsy provides a comprehensive team approach to diagnosing and treating epilepsy. This patient-oriented team includes Epileptologists (neurologists with expertise in treating seizures), Neurosurgeons, Neuropsychologists, Neuroradiologists, EEG technicians, Nurses, and others with training and experience in epilepsy care.
Specialized epilepsy provide routine care to individuals with seizures or epilepsy, specializing in offering associated comprehensive care services.

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