Diagnosed in more than 150,000 Americans every year, more than 3.4 million people have epilepsy, and, over a lifetime, one in 26 will experience recurring seizures. Despite these statistics, there's hope for those whose seizures are not well-controlled or who have side effects from medications.
Full-Spectrum Epilepsy Care
The expert, specialized care provided by the Epilepsy and Seizure care team at Kettering Health Network can help you focus on overcoming the challenges of epilepsy and alleviate the anxieties associated with the condition.
Our specialists are dedicated to improving the quality of life for our seizure patients and families by using a multidisciplinary approach in addressing their complex medical and social needs with care and compassion.
Led by an epileptologist, an expert in epileptic seizures and seizure disorders, anticonvulsants, and special situations involving seizures, our Center includes a team of healthcare professionals who can help diagnose and treat specific problems, help patients learn about their epilepsy and treatment, and cope with how epilepsy affects you and your family.
This team also includes:
- Advanced imaging technologists
- Clinical and research nurses
- Social Workers