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Dr. Ingrid Tuxhorn, MD is an epilepsy specialist in Lakewood, OH and has been practicing for 29 years. She graduated from University Of Cape Town / Faculty Of Health Sciences in 1976 and specializes in epilepsy and pediatric neurology.Read her story
Dr. Tuxhorn's experience matches your search based on the following criteria:
Based on total number of patients treated over the last 12 months
Specializes in Epilepsy
Board certified in Pediatrics
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Dr. Tuxhorn's bio
This content was provided by Dr. Tuxhorn "Dr Tuxhorn is a nationally and internationally recognized expert in treating people withnew onset and complex epilepsy. She trained in South Africa, Europe and in the US and worked with prominent leaders in the field including Profs Doose, Wolf, Wyllie, Kotagal and Lueders. She has done extensive clinical research in the field of epilepsy to benefit patient outcomes."
This content was provided by Dr. Tuxhorn "Dr Tuxhorn provides expert clinical consultations and second opinions.
I practice in a comfortable, unhurried and empathetic setting. Patients needs and goals form the basis of the encounter.
I believe in the value of integrated and multimodal therapy to achieve best outcomes.
Medical treatment goals will include finding suitable drug efficiency for the individual patient.
Surgical options for curing epilepsy are explored early in collaboration with level IV epilepsy centers in Cleveland.
I educate about newer and adjunctive therapies including the ketogenic diet, vagal nerve stimulation and life style modification.
I collaborate and communicate closely with your referring pediatrician, family physician and general neurologist to address psychosocial needs with appropriate therapies and supporting resources."