What Our Epilepsy Patients Say

The comprehensive epilepsy program at NewYork-Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medicine treats patients of all ages, with a wide range of treatment options to manage seizures. Hear from some of our patients as they tell their stories below.

What our Patients Say

For the first 11 years of her life, she suffered from nighttime seizures. Thanks to Dr. Hoffman and her team, she and her family didn't have to worry anymore.
In the summer of 2014, we reported on one of our epilepsy patients — a woman who received a cranial implant (a Neuropace RNS system) designed to disrupt her seizures before they could propagate. We're delighted to report that, a year and half later...
Three-year-old Olivia Wai, from Fresh Meadows, New York, seemed like a perfectly healthy toddler. She’s an exuberant child — she loves to play music, dance, and play pretend with her little brother, Kingston. Her parents, Joe and Jenny, dote on her...
Sujin Jeong and her husband, Daeho Lee were living in New York and raising their two children, Theodore, 6, and Sophia, then three months old. It was a sunny April day when Sujin first thought that something was wrong.

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