Epilepsy Program
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Stanford Comprehensive Epilepsy Program

Stanford Comprehensive Epilepsy Progran

Stanford Comprehensive Epilepsy Program

Designated by the National Association of Epilepsy Centers with its highest distinction level as a level 4 center, the Stanford Comprehensive Epilepsy Program is ranked among the top comprehensive centers in the nation.

As a comprehensive epilepsy center, Stanford offers you: Epilepsy Care

Our nationally-recognized epilepsy team works together to develop a personalized treatment plan for you and provides care for more than 4,000 patients annually. Team members include epileptologists, epilepsy surgeons, neuroradiologists, neuropsychologists, neuropsychiatrists and nurses with extensive expertise in epilepsy.

Individuals with epilepsy that cannot be controlled by medications are referred to the Stanford Intractable Epilepsy Program. Patients with seizures that originate from a single source in the brain are evaluated for epilepsy surgery combined with brain mapping, offering greater precision than ever in removing the seizure source without causing impairments.

Epilepsy Research

Our physician-researchers and scientists are pioneers in making discoveries through studying the causes of epilepsy, propagation of seizures in the brain, and innovative methods to treat intractable epilepsy, such as electrical stimulation. They are currently engaged in groundbreaking studies on the causes of epilepsy, the effect of seizures and medications on human cognition and emotion, and developing new devices for epilepsy treatment.

Brain Mapping of Seizure Networks Gives
Hope to People with Intractable Epilepsy

For nine years, Laura Koellsted’s right leg buckled underneath her daily in seizures that doctors finally told her were intractable epilepsy. Combining seizure network and functional brain mapping to guide surgery, epilepsy specialists returned her to a normal life. Read more.

More About Epilepsy

Meet Our Team

Patient Resources

Our Team Members Outpatient Epilepsy Evaluation Intractable Epilepsy Program Surgical Treatments What is Epilepsy? Epilepsy Symptoms & Causes Epilepsy Diagnosis Intractable Epilepsy Ketogenic Diet Patient Education Videos Turning Seizures into Music

Referring Physician Resources

When to Refer for EpilepsyStanford Offers Hope to Patients With Intractable Epilepsy

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