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CHOC's level 4 epilepsy program features pediatric epileptologists who are more qualified to treat seizures in kids than anyone else in Orange County.
Read about epilepsy in children along with diagnosis methods and different types of seizures. Learn about the different treatment options we offer at CHOC.
Seeing your child experience a febrile seizure can be scary, but unless they go on for five minutes or longer, they may not be life-threatening.
Some children who have uncontrolled seizures may benefit from a special way of eating called the ketogenic diet. Podcast on how the ketogenic diet works.
Seizures can happen without warning, so it’s best to be prepared with a plan. Follow these tips from the experts at CHOC's Level 4 epilepsy center.
Dr. Mary Zupanc is a physician who treats kids and teens in Orange County and specializes in neurology and clinical neurophysiology.
We found the Epilepsy Support Network of Orange County, which led us to Children's Hospital of Orange County Neuroscience Institute.
CHOC is a Level 4 Epilepsy Center, meaning we offer all forms of epilepsy surgery using the very latest, safe procedures.
CHOC performs long-term video EEG monitoring at our two Epilepsy Monitoring Units to diagnose seizures in children.
This is why I tell my story. I want them to know they are not alone on this journey. After all, for the rest of my life, I will be both a physician and a patient.
As a pediatric epileptologist, Dr. Mary Zupanc has devoted her life to understanding, preventing and treating seizures in children.
CHOC offers one of the few programs in the nation that treats children with Batten disease, also known as, neuronal ceroid lipofuscinoses (NCL).
CHOC offers one of the few programs in the nation that treats children with Batten disease. Learn what it is, symptoms, causes and treatment.
Titus and Ely have what scientists call late infantile Batten disease, also known as CLN2. Dr. Raymond Wang has been working with the Bowmans at Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC) in Orange, CA.
Special rooms at CHOC are designated for the Neurocritical NICU, where we carefully treat and prevent neurological issues.
CHOC is designated by the Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance to treat children with tuberous sclerosis, a rare disorder causing epilepsy and growths inside organs.
Epilepsy is a seizure disorder characterized by having two or more “unprovoked” seizures. Epilepsy typically begins in infancy or early childhood.
An Orange County teenager shares her journey with epilepsy and how the CHOC Neuroscience Institute helped.
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Management of cerebral palsy (CP) includes nonsurgical and surgical options and should be overseen by a multidisciplinary team of specialists.
CHOC's board-certified neurosurgeons perform minimally invasive and complex surgeries on children with brain and spine conditions.
CHOC doctors were asked to imagine even bigger miracles. Doctors had two months to write sweeping proposals, expanding what CHOC currently does so well to a future where CHOC is a worldwide hub of pediatric information and treatment.
Ranked by U.S. News and World Report, CHOC's neurology and neurosurgery specialists treat children with conditions of the brain, spine and nervous system.
CHOC provides a unique multidisciplinary and comprehensive program for the diagnosis and treatment of children and teens with phenylketonuria (PKU).