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Treatment for Epilepsy Price No. of Travellers Days in Hospital Days Outside Hospital Total Days in India
USD 3,500  2 1 10 11




  1. Introduction

Epilepsy is a lasting noncommunicable disease of the brain that affects more than 50 million people worldwide. It is characterised by frequent seizures, which can either last for long or can be a prolonged episode of involuntary movement. It can affect either a section of the body or the entire body.

There can be two different types of seizures, depending on the location of epilepsy in the brain and its symptoms.

  1. Partial seizure:

A partial seizure means the epileptic activity took place in just a portion of the brain and not the entire brain. Partial Seizures are basically of two types:

  • Simple Partial Seizure :

The patient affected by this kind of disorder is conscious during the annexation. In maximum conditions, the patient is well aware of the events and the surroundings around him irrespective of the seizure is in advancement.

  • Complex Partial Seizure :

In this case, the patient is unaware of all the ongoing events around him. In short, he is not conscious. Once the patient is out of the phase, he will never remember about the seizure. Even if he does, the memory will be vague.

  1. Generalised seizure:

A generalised seizure is a condition in which epilepsy strikes both the sides of the brain. The patient loses consciousness when the seizure is in progress.

  • Tonic-clonic seizures: Perhaps the best-known type of generalised seizure. It causes a loss of awareness, body stiffness, and quivering.
  • Absence seizures: It is also known as petit mal seizures. It can lead to short lapses of consciousness. The individual may stare off into space. The patient is unable to connect the events. Absence seizures often respond well to the surgery.
  • Tonic seizures: In this type of disorder, the muscles of the body become stiff, and the person may suffer from severe mobility issues.
  • Atonic seizures: The patient completely loses control over the muscles of the entire body. As a result, the patient may drop suddenly.
  • Clonic seizures: This is associated with rhythmic, jerking movements.


The cost of the Epilepsy treatment in India generally starts with USD 3,300. It may vary depending on factors like choice of hospital, the doctor/surgeon, the condition of the patient, type of surgery performed etc. Apart from these factors, there can be various other factors that determine the cost of treatment, such as the priority for stay, room service charges, duration of stay, cost of travelling, etc. However, if you calculate the overall cost of treatment inclusive of everything, the value of the procedure is less in comparison to any other developed country.



  1. Treatment

It is possible to treat Epilepsy with antiepileptic medications (AEDs), diet therapy and surgery. Medicines are the first treatment choice for almost all patients with multiple seizures. They are highly effective and can completely control seizures in the majority (approximately 70%) of patients. Before you start taking any drug, it is essential to discuss the potential benefits, side effects and risks with the doctor.

While approximately 70 per cent of patients have well-controlled seizures with these modalities, the remaining 30 per cent do not and are considered medically resistant. Patients with medically resistant epilepsy can find the cure at specialised epilepsy centres in a multi-disciplinary fashion. With the help of epilepsy surgery, a surgeon removes the area of the brain that causes seizures.

Doctors opt for the surgery when the test results reveal that:

  • Your seizures initiate in a small, well-defined part of your brain
  • The section of your brain to be operated on doesn't affect vital functions such as speech, language, motor function, vision or hearing

Out of all types of surgeries, surgical resection offers maximum chances of eradicating seizures a patient seizure-free. 

Surgical Resections:

Surgical resection for epilepsy can be divided into the following categories:

  • Lesionectomy:
    A lesion refers to a generic term for brain aberrations that are visible on imaging. Some types of injuries, like cavernous malformations (blood vessel abnormality) and tumours, are prone to cause seizures. When the pre-operative testing shows that these lesions are the cause of epilepsy, they can be removed surgically.
  • Lobectomy
    A lobectomy is a surgical process used to remove a lobe of the brain. Removal of one of the temporal lobes called a temporal lobectomy is a common epilepsy surgical treatment. Other types of lobectomies may depend on more particular testing and operation to prove a lack of dynamic function (such as speech, memory, vision, motor function).
  • Multilobar Resection:

This process involves the removal of two or more sections of the brain. The surgeons use this process for more complex cases like widespread abnormalities such as seizures, only if there is no harm in performing surgery in that portion of the brain.

  • Hemispherectomy:
    In certain conditions, children may suffer severe, overpowering and devastating seizures. It may be because of the weakness on one lateral of the body. The treatment helps to get rid of the hemisphere responsible for the disorder. There exist many subtypes of this type of surgery, the two main divisions being anatomic and functional hemispherectomy. 
  • Surgical Disconnection:
    This type of surgeries involve cutting and dividing fibrous bundles that are responsible for connecting various parts of the brain in the human body. The purpose of the treatment is to separate the area of the brain generating the seizures from the healthy portion.
  • Corpus Callosotomy:
    It is one of the principal fibre bundles that connect the two hemispheres. When debilitating generalised seizures or falling-type seizures affect a particular side of the brain and starts spreading to the other part; doctors make use of this procedure to treat the patients. 
  • Multiple Subpial Transections (MST):
    In some instances of epilepsy, the seizures arise in an area of the brain; from where the safe removal is not possible. In this procedure, the surgeons place a small wire into the brain to conduct communications at various points. The process helps decrease seizures by disconnecting the cross-communication of neurons.
  • Stereotactic Radiation Surgery:
    It this process, the surgeons, deliver a focused beam of radiation to the target area. It is a type of gamma knife radiosurgery. It is the most common preferred procedure of radiosurgery because of its fruitful results. In this method, the doctors make use of gamma rays to target the affected area.
  • Neuromodulation:
    Presently, there are currently two types of FDA. It includes vagus nerve stimulation and responsive neurostimulation. These devices can modulate the nervous system with the goal of improved seizure control. The surgeon connects both the tools palliative in that the goal is improved seizure control, and rarely do patients become seizure free.

After surgery

Some people who go through brain surgery may have seizures within the first week of operation, but this does not mean the treatment is not successful. Seizures post-surgery can be because of the direct stress the brain experienced during therapy. 

How long you need to stay in the hospital post surgery depends on the type of surgery. It also depends on how the doctors feel about your recovery. Generally, the doctors might expect you to get back to your regular activity within six weeks of your surgery, but this cannot be true for everyone.

For some people, a “successful surgery” can be the complete eradication of seizures. While, for others, it may mean reducing the signs, symptoms and severity of the seizures. Generally, it takes two years after surgery to adequately measure how successful your operation has been.

Questions to Ask Before Undergoing Epilepsy Treatment

To be sure about the epilepsy treatment, it is essential that you clear all your doubts. Sit and talk to the surgeon and ask all the critical questions like:

  • What technology and procedures do they use? 
  • Who will be on my care team? 
  • What outcome can I expect? 
  • What can be the possible side effects of this procedure? 

You must take sufficient time before deciding regarding the surgery and know all the pros and cons behind it. You must know how essential the operation is for your condition and how it can help you to be back to your reasonable shape.

Risks of Epilepsy Treatment:

  • Excessive bleeding
  • Infection
  • Loss of hearing
  • Memory loss
  • Speech disorders
  • Inability to sense etc.


How to go for Epilepsy treatment in India?

If you wish to seek Epilepsy treatment in India, it is always preferable to seek help from medical tourism companies like Denesa Health. Our company, with our highly dedicated team, will help you in gaining complete knowledge about the best hospitals and the best doctors in the country. Not only this, but we would also assist you in appointments with the best doctor/surgeon for the treatment. Denesa Health, along with its team, is always ready to help you in all the possible ways during your stay as a medical tourist to India.

Planning your healthcare travel for your treatment is wise as well as the beneficial decision in all possible ways. The reason for the same is the presence of a highly experienced pool of doctors/surgeons, best-in-class treatment, use of advanced technology, low cost of treatment and the essential factor: successful results.




Top Hospitals for Epilepsy

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Medanta The Medicity

Medanta The Medicity

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Top Doctors for Epilepsy

Dr Sandeep Vaishya

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Dr Nigel P Symss

Dr Nigel P Symss

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Dr Ashish Kumar Shrivastav

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About Denesa Health

Who we are?

Health and Tourism can work well if you get the right assistance for places, doctors, treatment schedule, accommodation and cost of treatment involved. Do not hassle and be carefree while you are planning for your medical tourism. Denesa is here to expect the best for medical travellers. Neither the mental stress nor physical exertion is good for the patient. So, why to worry about that when your all-time medical tourism partner Denesa Health is with you be it a well-planned surgery or travel in case of emergency. Contact Denesa Health to avail of different kinds of Medical Tourism requirements. You take care of your health and focus on getting better with every day.

Our Mission:

To serve our clients with the best options to go for their treatment. To make them available with top-notch medical specialists and hospitalisation in India. We make sure that patients visiting from different countries get the best quality of therapeutics within their budget.

Our Vision:

Fronting as a leading and most trusted medical tourism service provider.

The Objective of Denesa Health:

To facilitate the patients with the best quality doctoring for their illness. We help our customers with:

  • ● Getting the exaction about the cost of treatment.
  • ● To fix an appointment with the appropriate surgeon as per the convenience at both the ends.
  • ● Helping with foreign travel and visa formalities.
  • ● Arranging for remote consultation.
  • ● Travel arrangements and booking.
  • ● Finding the nearest accommodation and food for patients and family.
  • ● Getting the treatment done at the earliest possible.
  • ● Assistance with language translators.
  • ● To accomplish all the formalities before, during and after the therapy.
  • ● Currency exchange.
  • ● Regular follow up post surgery for the recovery.

Presently, Denesa Health helps outpatient from countries including Cambodia, Kenya, Liberia, Morocco, Mozambique, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zimbabwe to find the excellent solution to their aids in India.

Why Denesa Health?

Denesa Health has always been a choice for medical tourism because of the highly dedicated team that works with complete dedication to assisting the personalised requirements of the sufferer.

Denesa Health can assist the customer expectation as it has a favourable association with:

  • ● 80+ Hospitals
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, and is continuously expanding to serve in different health realms.

We are striving at our best to connect with significant hospitals and surgeons to provide unmatched treatment for our global patients in India.