Alzheimer's Prevention Program
Top 10 Warning Signs of Alzheimer's Disease
Challenges in planning or solving problems
Difficulty completing familiar tasks at home, at work, or at leisure
Confusion with time or place
Trouble understanding visual images and spacial relationships
New problems with words in speaking or writing
Misplacing things and losing the ability to retrace steps
Decreased or poor judgement
WIthdrawl from work or social activities
Changes in mood or personality
Memory loss that disrupts daily life
If you or a loved one are experiencing any of these issues, or have a history of Alzheimer's disease in your family, contact our office today to start making informed treatment decisions for your memory.
A New Approach
The MEND Protocol
The MEND protocol brings together thrity years of scientific research and a team of highly respected Alzheimer's researchers, doctors, and advanced technology. Our appoach to age related cognitive decline, dementia, and Alzheimer's disease is based on a deep understanding of the molecular biology of the brain, and the bodily systems that support it. By combining medical expertise with technology, we work to identify the underlying causes of cognitive decline in order to treat them.
The MEND protocol identifies optimal interventions, inculding FDA approve medicatins, suppliments, and lifestyle changes.
Our MEND Protocol then helps our patients follow their personalized treatment plan by providing support and tools to set goals, measure changes, and celebrate accomplishments.
The program is a four step process designed for imporiving memory and quality of life.
Is The MEND Protocol a Good Fit for You?
The MEND Protocol is specifically designed for those with cognitive decline, including those with mild cognitive impairment, mild dementia, and mild Alzheimer's disease. Ideal cadidtaes are generally healthy, younger than their 80's, and are motivated to take the neccesary steps. It is also applicable to pre-symptomatic individuals and those with a family history of Alzheimer's disease.
If you are interested in participating, let us know by contacting our office today to have your questions answered.