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Adult Epilepsy Clinic

Male patient sitting in chair with epilepsy monitoring equipment attached to head

The Adult Epilepsy Clinic at Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak is a neurology sub-specialty clinic. The clinic is located in the Neuroscience Center and specializes in the evaluation and treatment of epilepsy and related seizure disorders in adult patients (ages 18 or older).

The clinic offers collaborative treatment for people suffering from intractable epilepsy, women of child bearing age with epilepsy and other complex forms of the disorder. The clinic has a comprehensive approach to care, offering evaluation and epilepsy management expertise from:

  • Epileptologists
  • Neurosurgeons
  • Specialized nursing professionals
  • Neuropsychologists
  • Social workers

This multidisciplinary team creates an environment of physicians with exceptional knowledge in the field of epilepsy. Patients and their families benefit from this collaborative approach to care because it combines the knowledge of our experienced physician network with a wide array of epilepsy management options, both medical and surgical.

In addition to evaluation and management of their epilepsy, patients and their families receive thorough educational material about the condition and tips for managing their epilepsy more effectively through the clinic coordinator and network of physicians.


Meet the Team

The following Adult Epileptologists and Neurologists, with additional epilepsy and EEG training and expertise, participate in Beaumont's Adult Epilepsy Clinic:

Andrew Zillgitt, DO

Neurologist, Epileptologist, Director Beaumont Level 4 Adult Comprehensive Epilepsy Program and Director Beaumont MEG Program Director

Christopher Parres, MD

Neurologist, Epileptologist and Medical Director of Critical Care Monitoring

Nour Baki, MD

Neurologist, Epileptologist and Medical Director of the Women’s Epilepsy Clinic

Ayman Haykal, MD

Neurologist, Epileptologist and Medical Director of Epilepsy Monitoring Unit

Tyler Roskos, PhD

Clinical Neuropsychologist