- General neurology
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Parkinson’s disease
The term epilepsy refers to numerous medical conditions characterised by an ongoing tendency to have seizures, that is, episodes of neurological disturbance related to excessive electrical activation within the brain. Seizures take many different forms, including loss of consciousness with falls and convulsions (jerking), milder impairments of consciousness, or involuntary movements or sensory disturbance without disturbance of consciousness.
Please note: Clinicians within Medical Group Victoria are able to consult with patients in relation to generalized epilepsy only. Currently, MGV does not have an epileptologist within the group and who specializes in refractory or complex epilepsy. Referral to a neurologist via an alternate practice should be sought for patients with refractory or complex epilepsy.