Epilepsy Surgery

We believe epilepsy surgery is underutilized.

The Issue

Epilepsy surgery is one of the most underutilized medical interventions in contemporary medicine.

Unfortunately, as few as 1% of the patients with drug-resistant epilepsy (DRE) who would benefit from surgery will ever be referred to a multidisciplinary team.


Our team guides patients through the complex presurgical evaluation process in collaboration with epileptologists, neuropsychologists, and other specialists throughout New Jersey.

Offering compassionate care and the full range of surgical options for children and adults living with drug-resistant epilepsy (DRE).

  • sEEG (stereo-EEG)
  • Hemispherotomy
  • Corpus Callosotomy
  • RNS (Neuropace)
  • VNS (vagal nerve stimulator)
  • DBS

We are global

We specialize in second and third opinions and have helped patients in over 10 states and multiple countries.

Two neurosurgeons performing epilepsy surgery
Neurosurgeons reviewing epilepsy surgery results
Computer screen showing brain scan results
Photo of Luke Tomycz discussing surgery results with patient's mother.

Frequently Asked Questions

Commonly asked questions around epilepsy surgery