Epilepsy is a neurological disorder that causes recurrent and unprovoked seizures. A seizure happens when there’s a sudden burst of activity in your brain. It’s like a temporary short-circuit of your brain’s electrical system. Unprovoked seizures occur due to an abnormality or malformation in the brain. Dr. George Morris is here to discuss treatments; he is the Epilepsy Clinic Medical Director with Columbia-St. Mary’s, part of Ascension.