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Treatment of Patient Conditions Including:

  • Undiagnosed or poorly characterized seizure disorders.
  • Seizures refractory to anticonvulsant drug therapy
  • Post-traumatic seizures
  • Seizure-like events with or without altered consciousness

Providing Comprehensive Evaluations Including:

  • Routine, ambulatory and video EEG
  • Intensive inpatient video EEG monitoring
  • Anticonvulsant drug treatment and monitoring
  • Cortical grid monitoring, mapping, functional MRI
  • Interventional testing including WADA, Spectography
  • Neuropsychological testing

Specialized Treatments

  • Anti-seizure Medications
  • Intercranial Epilepsy Surgery
  • Vagal Nerve Stimulation
  • Responsive Neurostimulation
  • Modified Diet Programs for Adults and Pediatric Patients, i.e. Ketogenic, Modified Ketogenic

Meet Our Epilepsy Experts

  • Paul Lyons
    Paul D. Lyons, MD Epileptologist | Winchester Neurological Consultants

    Areas of interest include Epilepsy (adult and pediatric), Epilepsy surgery, Neuropsychological, psychiatric and behavioral consequences of epilepsy Epilepsy research (novel class of molecules research, biomedical devices), Clinical neurophysiology, and Sleep Disorders.

  • Lee Selznick
    Lee A. Selznick, MD Neurosurgeon (by referral only) | Virginia Brain and Spine Center

    Areas of interest include functional neurosurgery (including epilepsy surgery, deep brain stimulation and microvascular decompression), Cerebrovascular surgery, Brain and spine tumor surgery , Minimally invasive and complex spine surgery, and Peripheral nerve surgery.

  • John Henry
    John C. Henry, MD Epileptologist | Winchester Neurological Consultants

    Areas of interest include Epilepsy (adult and pediatric), Seizures, EEG monitoring (ICU), and Epilepsy surgery.

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The Virginia Comprehensive Epilepsy Program at Winchester Medical Center

More than 3 million people in the U.S. have some form of epilepsy. About 200,000 new cases of seizure disorders and epilepsy are diagnosed each year. Epilepsy is a medical condition that produces seizures affecting a variety of mental and physical functions. It’s also called a seizure disorder. When a person has two or more seizures, he/she are considered to have epilepsy.

Neurologists utilize a variety of techniques to diagnose epilepsy. Your primary care physician can request a comprehensive neurological evaluation by contacting the Neurodiagnostic Center at Winchester Medical Center.

Request an appointment with an epileptologist: 844-326-6806

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