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.
Dr. Sharief Taraman explains how parents can keep headaches at bay, options for treatment and what types of headache warrant a trip to the ED.
Gabriel used to experience up to 50 seizures while living with epilepsy. Today he is a creative 13-year-old who dreams of being a paramedic.
Seizures are mysterious. They’re hard to predict and they can’t be seen, except with special tests of the brain. So, what causes seizures?
One CHOC mom shares how she dealt with her baby’s diagnosis of microcephaly and encephalocele and her family’s emotional journey to health.
Daniel, a CHOC volunteer, shares his story beginning with his experience as a neurosurgery patient at CHOC.
Five years ago, Steve’s daughter needed emergency neurosurgery at CHOC. Today, he’s back as the newest chaplain on the spiritual care team.
After a concussion, the rules for getting back to sports are clear. But do you know return-to-learn guidelines for getting back to class?