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Epilepsy is characterized by seizures caused by abnormal nerve and electrical activity in the brain. Seizure symptoms can range from relatively mild to debilitating.
Dignity Health specialists use a team approach when diagnosing and treating epilepsy symptoms in Arizona. Our neurologists, intensivists, neurosurgeons, anesthesiologists, oncologists, and nurse practitioners — all experts in their field — deliver care with compassion and a personal touch. Call 855.231.6180 or use our online tool to Find a Doctor. We offer neurological care at:
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Seizures are the most recognizable sign of epilepsy. Seizure symptoms depend on what part of the brain is involved and vary from person to person. There are three general types of seizures: focal, tonic-clonic, and absence. Regardless of type, symptoms may include:
At Dignity Health, our doctors understand that people with epilepsy need concrete answers about what is causing their seizures. Before arriving at an epilepsy diagnosis, your doctor will take your medical history and a thorough physical exam. You will be asked about any family history of epilepsy and detailed questions about your seizures, such as:
It can be helpful to bring along another person, such as a family member, to help you answer these questions.
You doctor may also order tests, including:
Uncovering the cause of your epilepsy is the first step in creating an epilepsy treatment plan. Your care team will work with you to help reduce the severity and frequency of seizures to improve or maintain your quality of life.
Dignity Health doctors diagnose and treat epilepsy symptoms in Arizona.