Our goal is to work with the patient and caregivers to create home strategies to reduce the frequency and intensity of seizure activity. In office, we identify triggers, both physical and chemical. Treatments are designed to help strengthen the affected areas in order to reduce the effects of seizures.
Some seizure disorders will not respond to our approach. However, we will know that either very early on in treatment or at the time of the exam.
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