Epilepsy surgery adds several years to the life expectancy of children with refractory epilepsy who are deemed suitable surgical candidates, and it may improve their quality of life compared with continuing […]
Children With Epilepsy
The diagnosis of epilepsy is life-changing for children and their parents. It provokes a host of questions (many of which are addressed in my book, Epilepsy: 199 Answers). Two of the […]
I had my first known seizure in October of 2013.
I wasn’t feeling well for a few hours before and as I went to put something in the sink, I launched out of my wheelchair and had four back to back grant mals. My […]
I am not feeling well at all today. I am flat out feeling horrible and I do not know why. None the less we got some miles in. 7.54 miles for #epilepsy today which brings our total on the month to 114.95 miles, for […]