Headaches can be caused by many things like stress, or a concussion. A pediatric neurologist offers tips to help keep headaches at bay.
A CHOC neurologist offers five tips for most effectively communicating with your child’s doctor of any specialty.
We recognize the alarming number of epilepsy myths that can cause confusion for families. A pediatric neurologist combats epilepsy myths.
Despite her happy disposition, Rylee had a big roadblock: frequent seizures. Six months past her epilepsy surgery, she hasn’t had any.
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.
Meet a few of our female physicians and hospital leaders, who offer insight to women seeking to pursue careers in medicine.
Infantile spasms are a medical emergency. Immediate treatment is critical because many children go on to develop other forms of epilepsy.
Meet Mareena, a 9-year-old living a life free of seizures after undergoing epilepsy surgery at the CHOC Neuroscience Institute.
A CHOC pediatric neurologist addresses repeated involuntary movements called tics, which are most prevalent in children.