Epilepsy is a condition that results in spontaneous, recurrent seizures. It can occur as a single condition or be associated with other neurological disorders. Epileptic seizures may cause changes in sensation (taste, sight, smell, vision, hearing) or motor function (tremors, muscle spasms, rigidity, loss of balance). Behavioral symptoms range from staring episodes to unconsciousness.
The Epilepsy Center at Barrow Neurological Institute is dedicated to the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of epilepsy and disorders that cause symptoms similar to epilepsy. The center provides diagnostic testing, treatment of epilepsy through medical management and surgery, counseling and stress reduction programs for children and adults with epilepsy, and referrals to community resources.
For more information, please call ResourceLink at (480) 728-5414.
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