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Treating epilepsy can be challenging since each child responds differently to various kinds of treatment. For some, medication is effective; others find seizure relief through a ketogenic diet; and others eventually need surgery to achieve seizure freedom. Our team will help your family understand the treatment options and what might work best for your child.
Our multidisciplinary team includes a clinical pharmacist with extensive knowledge and experience in treating children with epilepsy.
Specialized diets can help some children achieve seizure control when anti-seizure medications are not effective.
Ketogenic and Modified Atkins Diets
The goal of surgery is to dramatically reduce the severity and frequency of seizures and, when possible, eliminate them altogether.
Our clinical psychologists provide assessments, brief treatments, family education and, if needed, referrals for outpatient psychological care.
The Comprehensive Epilepsy Center includes five multidisciplinary programs and accepts referrals from primary care physicians and neurologists. Self referrals are also welcome.
The New Onset Seizure Program provides comprehensive diagnosis and treatment for children who have recently begun having seizures.
New Onset Seizure Program
The Infant Seizure Program is for children ages one to 23 months who are experiencing seizures.
Infant Seizure Program
The Epilepsy Advanced Therapies Program offers evaluations and treatment recommendations for children with hard-to-control seizures.
Epilepsy Advanced Therapies Program
The Epilepsy-Sleep Program provides comprehensive testing and treatment for children with epilepsy and sleep problems.
The Epilepsy Surgery Program is designed to help children whose seizures have not responded to two or more anti-epileptic medications.
For more information or to request an appointment, call 513-636-4222 or fill out our online form.
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