Are you an adult individual with drug-resistant epilepsy?
Are you interested in contributing to a clinical research study about the potential benefits of music therapy in reducing seizure frequency?
If so, you may be eligible to participate in our clinical research study – Music in Epilepsy Treatment: Does Unpredictability of Rhythmic Structure in Music Reduce Seizure Frequency? – at the Toronto Western Hospital, sponsored by Epilepsy Ontario and in partnership with the Krembil Brain Institute.
You may qualify if you have tried a number of anti-seizure medications without complete seizure control, and you cannot benefit from other common treatment options, including surgery, ketogenic diet, vagus nerve stimulation (VNS), and deep brain stimulation (DBS).
For more information on the study and the eligibility criteria please visit http://www.neurontobrainlaboratory.ca/music-therapy-in-epilepsy .