Jamie J. Van Gompel, M.D.

  1. Neurosurgeon

Patient Stories

  1. With Her Seizures in the Past, Keeley Faces a Promising Future

    Photo courtesy of Sonya Schultz Photography For years, Keeley Allen and her family lived in fear that a seizure would strike and render the teen helpless. Unresponsive to medication, the seizures were unusual and ambiguous. Worse than the unpredictability of the seizures was the uncertainty about how to make them stop. At Mayo Clinic, however, [...]

  2. Regaining Control After a Decade of Epilepsy

    Before coming to Mayo Clinic, Denny Hinshaw had lived with epileptic seizures for more than 10 years, and they were eroding his personal and professional life. Since Denny came to Mayo Clinic for care, however, all that is in the past. Near the end of December 2018, Denny Hinshaw turned on the TV in his [...]

  3. Careful Evaluation, Teamwork Lead to Successful Epilepsy Surgery

    Kristy, Declyn and Gavin Vreeland There was a time when Gavin Vreeland was afraid he might hurt his daughter should he have a seizure while caring for her. Despite taking medication, his epileptic episodes happened frequently and without warning. But after specialized imaging and targeted brain surgery at Mayo Clinic, Gavin is now happily embracing [...]

  4. Moving Well and Feeling Good With Holistic Care

    Garret Choby, M.D., Linda Feges and Grant Hamilton III, M.D. For years, Linda Feges has relied on a multidisciplinary care team at Mayo Clinic to help her address symptoms related to movement disorders. Recently, that team also opened the door for Linda to receive treatment for an odd lump on her face. Now, the lump [...]

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