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When this college student began was diagnosed with epilepsy, surgery to remove a portion of his brain responsible for the seizures helped get back his life.

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Movement Disorders and Epilepsy Program

Among the Nation's Best

At UPMC, our experts are national leaders in treating epilepsy and movement disorders such as Parkinson’s disease, dystonia, and essential tremor. At our center, you'll find the most individualized, compassionate, and comprehensive care program  for these debilitating conditions.

Our Comprehensive Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment

To provide an accurate diagnosis of epilepsy or a movement disorder, we will conduct a comprehensive evaluation that includes:

  • A thorough clinical assessment
  • Laboratory testing
  • A cognitive evaluation
  • Brain imaging

Once we make a diagnosis, we develop a personal treatment plan to get you back to leading an active life.

Our experts are leaders in providing groundbreaking treatments for epilepsy and movement disorders, including:

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