Featured Services

  • Telehealth Consultation

    Rapid expert virtual consultations for all types of epilepsy and seizures from new-onset to highly complex.

  • At Home Video EEG

    At home EEGs can help clarify the epilepsy diagnosis and distinguish seizure types for personalized treatment.

  • Genetic Testing

    In cases where the cause of seizures is not explained by initial testing, genetic testing may be recommended.

Welcome to Our Practice

Innovative Multi-State Tele-Epilepsy Practice

Precision Epilepsy PLLC is a pediatric epilepsy practice that utilizes innovative telehealth technology, so all children affected by seizures have improved access to specialized care.  Pediatric epileptologists (and neurologists) are either unavailable or have long waiting lists in many parts of the country. 

Dr John J Millichap, MD is an accomplished pediatric epileptologist available to provide expert virtual consultations in multiple States nationwide (licensed in all the purple states in the adjacent figure).  After over a decade at Northwestern University's top-ranked academic pediatric epilepsy center, Dr Millichap has seen a high volume of rare epilepsies that community neurologists may not be familiar with. Consultations will provide information regarding diagnosis, treatment options, and next steps from a nationally recognized specialist. Opinions are communicated to the local primary treating neurologist or pediatrician.

Practice highlights:

  • Convenient online registration and telehealth platform
  • Rapid appointment scheduling
  • No travel
  • Thorough evaluation and personalized approach to precision diagnosis
  • Expert clinician who takes the time to listen and answer questions
  • Conditions treated include: Febrile seizure, Pediatric epilepsy, Pediatric seizure, and more!



  • Dr. Millichap is a great doctor. My son has been with him for years. It is

    actually very hard to find such a doctor who are both a pediatric neurologist and a researcher
    on SCN8A gene related medical condition. We are lucky!

    - Anonymous
  • Very compassionate. Takes his time to listen, very attentive and knowledgeable. My son had grand mal seizures and previous 2 neurologists didn’t help for more than a year to stop the seizures. To change neurologist, we were on waiting list with Dr John but worth the wait. First visit listened to us for 2 hours asking questions and history of my son’s seizures. Told us to adjust dosage of the medication he was taking and our son’s seizures stopped and didn’t have seizures for more than 2 years now. We are very happy and highly recommend Dr John.

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  • Dr Millichap is wonderful with our daughter and with us as her parents. He goes the extra mile to answer our questions and is always looking for new treatments when others are not working out.

    - Vitals.com
  • My experience with Dr. Millichap has always been a good one. He is thorough and asks plenty of questions very observant and compassionate and genuine doctor. He's very serious a concerning his work. Dr. Millichap is an soldier on the front line willingly fighting for whats best for his patients.

    - Vitals.com

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Meet the Doctor

  • John J. Millichap, MD
    John J. Millichap, MD
    Pediatric Neurologist and Epileptologist

    Dr. Millichap is a private-practice pediatric epileptologist and clinical neurophysiologist at Precision Epilepsy PLLC. His current clinical practice utilizes an innovative telehealth approach to the precision diagnosis and treatment of pediatric epilepsy. Dr. Millichap has over 60 peer-reviewed publications and serves as the Editor of Pediatric Neurology Briefs. Dr. Millichap is an Adjunct Associate Professor of Neurology at Northwestern University and is involved in the education of trainees and grant-funded clinical research concerning epileptic encephalopathies and epilepsy genetics.  He is involved in multiple clinical trials for novel treatments for rare genetic epilepsies. He advocates for his patients and their families as a member of multiple advisory boards for non-profit foundations for rare genetic epilepsies, as Chair of the Medical Advisory Council for the Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Chicago, and as a member of the Child Neurology Foundation’s Board of Directors.

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