September 2, 2012

Parent Education Night: Alternative Medical Treatments for Seizures

Pediatric Neurology Parent Education Night: 
Alternative Medical Treatments for Seizures

Thursday, October 11th at 6:00 pm
Primary Children's Medical Center Auditorium - 3rd Floor

Parents are invited to participate in a question-and-answer format presentation about seizures. Topics may include diagnosis, disorders, prevalence, medication and others. This is a chance to ask any questions you may have and to meet other parents who have children with seizures.

Discussion Lead by a Panel of Experts:
  • Matthew Sweney, MD
  • Francis Filloux, MD
  • Paula Peterson, RN, MS, PNP
  • Eliza Hamilton, RD, CD
  • Kim Orton, RN
  • Parent Advocate Marin Bywater, LCSW
Sponsered by the University of Utah Pediatric Neurology Division and Medical Home Demonstration Project as part of a quarterly education night series.


  1. There are a lot of alternative medicines emerging lately and who's to say that they are not as effective as the conventional way? My friend is a chiro. It's a person who performs a kind of massage that can help a person gain his/her natural body alignment. I guess it just depends on the person if he/she would like to explore these gray areas.

  2. The brain is made up of millions of nerve cells that use electrical signals to control the body’s functions, Autoclave

  3. By making way for parents who have seizure to meet each other you are doing great work. This is great effort