About the Doctor

Dr. Stephen Hantus, MD, embarked on his medical odyssey at the University of Georgia, where he delved into biological sciences, thereafter ascending to the Medical College of Georgia to procure his medical doctorate. His intellectual rigor and determination were the hallmarks of his educational ascent. Upon completing his medical training, Dr. Hantus joined the Cleveland Clinic, distinguishing himself in neurology with a focus on epilepsy, where his expertise now guides the treatment and evaluation of complex seizure disorders.

At the Cleveland Clinic's Epilepsy Center, Dr. Hantus integrates his extensive training in clinical neurophysiology into his practice. His proficiency spans a gamut of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, including the delicate nuances of EEG interpretations and the advanced surgical assessments vital for epilepsy management. Renowned for his methodical approach, Dr. Hantus' contributions to clinical trials and his adeptness in cutting-edge treatments enhance the lives of those grappling with neurological challenges.



Graduated School

Medical College of Georgia

Specialization School

Frequently Asked Questions

  • In which specialty does Dr. Stephen Hantus work?

    He works in the neurology department.

  • At which hospital does Stephen Hantus work?

    Dr. Stephen works at - Cleveland Clinic Main Campus

  • What diseases is Dr. Stephen interested in?

    Dr. Stephen specializes in diseases and treatments such as clinical neurophysiology, clinical trials, electroencephalogram (EEG) ınterpretations and complex epilepsy in adults, epilepsy, geriatric epilepsy

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