As of February 21, 2019, we will be located at 190 Sherway Drive Suite 208.
Below is a list of some of the most common medications currently used to treat epilepsy. The type of medication prescribed will depend on several factors specific to each patient, such as which side effects can be tolerated, other illnesses they may have, and which delivery method is acceptable. Medications used to treat epilepsy are called antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) and they are mostly available as oral tablets or capsules. Talk with your doctor about this important issue.
“Click” on the name of each medication to “Learn More”.
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Divalproex Sodium (Depakote)
This website was made possible by unrestricted educational grants from several pharmaceutical companies including UCB and Sunovion. The views expressed herein are the independent views of Dr. Bercovici and the Southern Ontario Epilepsy Clinic and were formulated without the influence of any external partner.
QUEENSWAY PROFESSIONAL CENTRE
190 SHERWAY DRIVE, SUITE #208
TORONTO, ONTARIO M9C 5N2
TEL: 416-620-SOEC (7632)