Comprehensive Epilepsy Center at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital
Epilepsy is a serious neurological condition—however there are many medical and surgical treatments available to both children and adults who have epilepsy.
At the Comprehensive Epilepsy Center at Georgetown University Hospital, our epilepsy specialists have made it their life's work to study epilepsy and find innovative solutions and treatments. You are in excellent hands at Georgetown, and we will work with you to find the right combination of treatments that work for you.
Hear from our expert specialists and patients like you.
Sabrina Rickert suffered debilitating seizures due to epilepsy from the time she was 13. Thanks to a new procedure called Responsive Neurostimulation, her seizures have decreased by 80-percent and she is making big plans for her future. Learn more about this surgical procedure for epilepsy by visiting MedStarGeorgetown.org/Epilepsy or by calling 2
Tricia Ting, MD is a neurologist and regional director of the Epilepsy program at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital. Dr. Ting answers your questions about the diagnosis and treatment for epilepsy. Click “show more” below to see all of the questions Dr. Ting answers. Clicking on the question will take you directly to her answer. To make an
With an accurate diagnosis, Jeff got the right epilepsy treatment. Watch Jeff's story about his successful epilepsy surgery.What Is Epilepsy? http://youtu.be/02YpZ6sBSHkMedical Treatments With Epilepsy: http://youtu.be/caPSDhbTBjoWhen Medication for Epilepsy Doesn't Work -- Surgical Options: http://youtu.be/5bIYMMDR_s8Learn more about epile
Dr. Christopher Kalhorn, neurosurgeon at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital, and Dr. Gholam Motamedi, neurologist at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital, explain the surgical options that are available for epilepsy when medications do not work. Learn more about Epilepsy care at MedStar Georgetown: http://ow.ly/PHzAy Learn more about Dr. Kal
Imagine having epileptic seizures and never knowing when they could hit. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), it is a reality for 50 million people around the world. Dr. Christopher Kalhorn, epileptic neurosurgeon for MedStar Georgetown University Hospital, explains the benefits of having surgery to improve epilepsy seizures.http://Med
Dr. Gholam Motamedi answers commonly asked questions about seizures and epilepsy, including the surgical treatments for epilepsy. Click 'show more' to see the questions.For more information about your epilepsy experience at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital, call MedStar Georgetown M.D. at 202-342-2400 or visit http://medstargeorgetown
New surgical techniques offer relief to patients suffering seizure-related diseases.For more information about medical treatment for seizures available at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital, visit http://ow.ly/QxO1d
Dr. Chris Kalhorn answers commonly asked questions about movement disorders, including the benefits of Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) surgery. Click 'show more' to see the questions.For more information about your movement disorder experience at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital, call MedStar Georgetown M.D. at 202-342-2400 or visit http