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Updates & Advances in Epilepsy Treatment

Epilepsy is a chronic neurological condition that is characterized by recurring seizures. The diagnosis is established when a person experiences two or more unprovoked seizures separated by at least 24 hours. The complex disorder affects people of all ages, races and ethnicities and can oftentimes be unpredictable. Some individuals with epilepsy have multiple seizures every […]

Phoenix Children’s Hospital Brings Revolutionary Epilepsy Treatment to Patients

Epilepsy is a chronic neurological condition that is characterized by recurring seizures. The diagnosis is established when a person experiences two or more unprovoked seizures separated by at least 24 hours. The complex disorder affects people of all ages, races and ethnicities and can oftentimes be unpredictable. Some individuals with epilepsy have multiple seizures every […]

EPI-HAB Supports Epilepsy Foundation of Arizona, Attends Gala

Staying true to our organization’s values, EPI-HAB Phoenix, Inc. recently sponsored a table at the Waves of Change for Epilepsy Gala. Four board members and their guests as well as EPI-HAB controller Torrey Rogers and his guest represented our organization’s commitment to the Epilepsy Foundation of Arizona. The Great Gatsby-themed event took place at the […]