USA's Comprehensive Epilepsy Program (South CEP) and Neuroscience Center delivers the most advanced epilepsy care in the region through our Epilepsy Monitoring Unit (EMU) at the USA Medical Center.
The Epilepsy Monitoring Unit is operated by the USA Department of Neurology. The Unit is a collaborative environment that provides unique and highly specialized care with state-of-the-art technology for patients with epilepsy and other neurological conditions. Care and services include:
At the University of South Alabama, South CEP offers the latest technology for patients with seizure including long-term video EEG monitoring and sleep recording. The unit has six monitored beds suited to diagnose and manage patients with related neurological conditions including seizure disorders, syncope, stroke and sleep disorders. The South CEP team is made up of professionals including epileptologists, neurosurgeons, neuropathology and specialized nurses who are involved in the care of each patient.
Our advanced technology allows us to localize seizure origin and correlate with real MR images. We also have advanced seizure detection software that captures subtle abnormalities and a seizure prediction software program capable of identifying a seizure before it happens. Our epilepsy program is unique in that it is built on the interdisciplinary concept of bringing together leaders in their fields. Our physicians are all members of the USA College of Medicine faculty, and as such are actively involved in teaching and research in addition to delivering medical care.
Our comprehensive epilepsy program, South CEP, provides unique and highly specialized care with state-of-the-art technology for patients with epilepsy and other neurological conditions. Our customized environment allows patients who will benefit from epilepsy monitoring to be in a comfortable environment during their time in the unit.
Our services include: Scalp video EEG monitoring, Intercranial video EEG monitoring, Wada testing, Neuropsychological evaluation, MRI/PET, EEG source analysis and imaging co-registration, Vagus nerve stimulator implantation, Investigational drug trials, Language and functional mapping, Intraoperative monitoring and electrocorticography
Our ultimate goal is to help patients with seizure live their lives as fully as possible. We work together as a team to develop an individual treatment plan that addresses each patient’s specific needs. To request more information, please call (251) 445-9048.
University of South Alabama Epilepsy Program
3301 Knollwood Drive
Medical Park Bldg. 4
Mobile, AL 36693
Phone: (251) 660-5108
Referring Physicians: Instructions and forms can be found on our CEP Forms page.
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