Krystal Sully, MD
- Texas Medical Center
Assistant Professor, Clinical Neurophysiology, Pediatric Neurology & Developmental Neuroscience
Baylor College of Medicine
|University of Missouri - Kansas City||medical school||Doctor of Medicine||2012|
|University of North Carolina||residency||Child Neurology||2017|
|Duke University||fellowship||Clinical Neurophysiology||2018|
In pediatric epilepsy, seizures do not happen in isolation: beyond addressing the seizures, there are quality of life concerns and family interactions that all influence your child’s treatment plan. Seizures can be complicated, but we have incredible tools at our disposal to assist in the diagnosis and treatment of seizures (including surgical and non-pharmacologic options in addition to medications). Evidence-based medicine, collaborative teamwork, good communication, and utilization of technology help me to provide compassionate clinical care to all of my patients.
Epilepsy, clinical neurophysiology
|American Academy of Neurology||Member|
|American Clinical Neurophysiology Society||Member|
|American Epilepsy Society||Member|
|Child Neurology Society||Member|
Sully KE, Husain AM. Generalized Periodic Discharges: A Topical Review. Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology 2018 May;35(3):199-207. doi: 10.1097/WNP.0000000000000460.