About the Epilepsy Center

Epilepsy is a brain condition characterized by repetitive, spontaneous seizures. The seizures may appear in many ways, from a brief muscle jerk, to confusion and unresponsiveness, to generalized shaking and loss of consciousness. Epilepsy currently affects an estimated 3 million Americans. At the George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates Epilepsy Center, specialists use a variety of diagnosis and treatment techniques to provide personalized care for those living with epilepsy.

The Epilepsy Center is designated level 4 by the National Association of Epilepsy Centers (NAEC). This is the highest designation given, and indicates full range epilepsy care from diagnostic studies to epilepsy surgery.

Learn more about the Clinical Epilepsy Information.