Epilepsy and Seizure Disorders


 

At AZ Institute Of Neurology we are one of the largest, most comprehensive programs in Pinal County Arizona, for the evaluation and treatment of epilepsy in children and adults.

Our goal is to help you or your loved one manage this disease in order to enjoy a fuller, more productive life.

Approach:

Our team lead by Dr. Khan, participate in the evaluation and treatment of our epilepsy patients who come here from across the country and North America.

We work closely with neurosurgeons; neuroradiologists; nuclear medicine physicians; physical, occupational and speech therapists; neuropsychologists and psychiatrists; to offer individualized care to adults and children.

Electroencephalography (EEG) is one of the most important diagnostic tests in evaluating a patient with possible epilepsy. EEG also assists in classifying the underlying epileptic syndrome and thereby guides management.

Ambulatory EEG (aEEG) is most helpful in quantifying or capturing clinical events and associating these with the presence or absence of electrographic seizures.

Video-EEG is used most commonly to determine whether epilepsy is the cause of recurrent seizure-like events. Video EEG can also aid in seizure classification, quantification, and determination of patient awareness of their seizures. It is also vital for presurgical evaluation of epilepsy patients.

Ambulatory video-EEG monitoring combines both a video and EEG recording of clinical events, allows ongoing maintenance of video and EEG quality.

Advanced Diagnosis,Treatment & Care of Future Patients At AZ Institute Of Neurology:

  • We Diagnose and treats 100s of patients with epilepsy each year
  • Provides state-of-the-art diagnostic approaches and therapies.
  • Delivers highly specialized care for adults and children in our state-of-the-art facility for evaluating patients for performing epilepsy surgery.

Getting treated for your sleep problem could improve the length and quality of your life. Start with a consultation at the Arizona Institute of Neurology & Polysomnography in Casa Grande.

Approach:

Our team lead by Dr. Khan, participate in the evaluation and treatment of our epilepsy patients who come here from across the country and North America.

We work closely with neurosurgeons; neuroradiologists; nuclear medicine physicians; physical, occupational and speech therapists; neuropsychologists and psychiatrists; to offer individualized care to adults and children.

Electroencephalography (EEG) is one of the most important diagnostic tests in evaluating a patient with possible epilepsy. EEG also assists in classifying the underlying epileptic syndrome and thereby guides management.

Ambulatory EEG (aEEG) is most helpful in quantifying or capturing clinical events and associating these with the presence or absence of electrographic seizures.

Video-EEG is used most commonly to determine whether epilepsy is the cause of recurrent seizure-like events. Video EEG can also aid in seizure classification, quantification, and determination of patient awareness of their seizures. It is also vital for presurgical evaluation of epilepsy patients.

Ambulatory video-EEG monitoring combines both a video and EEG recording of clinical events, allows ongoing maintenance of video and EEG quality.

Advanced Diagnosis,Treatment & Care of Future Patients At AZ Institute Of Neurology:

  • We Diagnose and treats 100s of patients with epilepsy each year
  • Provides state-of-the-art diagnostic approaches and therapies.
  • Delivers highly specialized care for adults and children in our state-of-the-art facility for evaluating patients for performing epilepsy surgery.

Getting treated for your sleep problem could improve the length and quality of your life. Start with a consultation at the Arizona Institute of Neurology & Polysomnography in Casa Grande.