Deep Brain Stimulation for Epilepsy [Neurosurgery]

“Now, just about every patient with medication refractory epilepsy has a treatment option,” says Yale Medicine neurosurgeon Eyiyemisi Damisah, MD in discussing the use of Deep Brain Stimulation for seizure control in patients who are not candidates for resective surgery. With more than 50 years history leading innovations in epilepsy, backed by intense scientific and clinical research, Yale Medicine’s Epilepsy & Seizures Program, along with our Pediatric Epilepsy Program, offers advanced treatment for the most complex epilepsy cases in children and adults. Learn more about DBS for patients with epilepsy here.

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Eyiyemisi Damisah, MD.

Eyiyemisi Damisah, MD

Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery

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Franklin Brown, PhD, ABPP.

Franklin Brown, PhD, ABPP

Associate Professor
Chief, Division of Neuropsychology

Dr. Brown has a varied and extensive background within clinical neuropsychology. This includes both pediatric and adult neuropsychology experience during his internship and fellowship. His clinical experience has included: lifespan  services ...

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