Brodie’s cancer survivor party was a chance to celebrate the completion of his treatment with an epic Nerf battle and a chance to give back.
As a parent or coach, knowing what to do after concussions occur is important. A CHOC pediatric neurologist offers tips on what to do.
SUDEP occurs when someone with epilepsy suddenly dies unexpectedly and the cause is not related to an accident or seizure emergency.
We recognize the alarming number of epilepsy myths that can cause confusion for families. A pediatric neurologist combats epilepsy myths.
CHOC is one of only 50 pediatric facilities in the nation to earn recognition as a best children’s hospital by U.S. News & World Report.
A study recently published in the Journal of Child Neurology suggests that children may outgrow autism. A pediatric neurologist explains.
Shortly after birth, Angelina was diagnosed with polymicrogyria. She remains under the care of many expert CHOC clinicians.
Despite her happy disposition, Rylee had a big roadblock: frequent seizures. Six months past her epilepsy surgery, she hasn’t had any.
At just 6 years old, Madison Morrison has earned the nickname “Miracle Maddy” after recovering from life-saving surgery at CHOC.