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More than 5 million Americans have Alzheimer's disease today.
Alzheimer's, like dementia, is a disease that attacks the brain and is the most common form of dementia or memory loss. It is among the top 10 causes of death in the US, yet it is the only disease among them for which there is no cure, prevention or treatment to slow progression, with the exception of some clinical trials.more about Alzheimer's
Early detection and treatment for Alzheimer's is key to preserving quality of life.
Memory loss doesn't always mean Alzheimer's disease. We can begin by providing a memory loss screening to determine the severity.
One of our professionals at one of our three locations in Orlando, FL, Jacksonville, FL or Memphis, TN, will discuss clinical trial options.Schedule your free consultation
Our psychiatric and neurological experts can conduct a careful review of your medical history, physical examination, laboratory tests, and assess changes in thinking, day-to-day function and behavior to determine the cause.
There is currently no cure for Alzheimer's disease, but there are some exciting new developments in treatment which include food additives and drugs that work to untangle the protein build-up that causes Alzheimer's.
Whether you are a caregiver or are taking a proactive approach it is important to realize that this is a progressive disease which has 7 stages ranging from no impairment to a very severe decline which can be assessed by our experts.
Depending on the type of medicine you are taking, our doctors will be able to determine if one of our Alzheimer's disease programs is right for you; just bring a list of medication you are taking with you.
The changes that take place in our brain which cause dementia are permanent and can worsen over time, but thinking and memory problems caused by conditions like depression may improve when evaluated and treated.
Currently there is no cure; however, progress has been made through clinical trials, we are able to test new ways to better treat and prevent Alzheimer's disease and dementia.
Symptoms may vary; most people with Alzheimer's generally experience:
There is never a need for health insurance, Medicare, or Medicaid to participate in any of our programs. All our services are provided at no cost to you.
Call today to get a free assessment! All study related medication and care is provided free of charge, and you may even be compensated for your time and travel..Schedule an appointment
Research programs for Alzheimer's medication are highly regulated to ensure patient safety and ethics.
At CNS Healthcare, we even have one of our local doctors available 24/7 to further enhance patient safety and treatment in our programs.read more
As the most common form of dementia, Alzheimer's disease (AD) affects millions of Americans every day. Having several stages of severity, symptoms can range from minor memory loss to the inability to communicate.
Alzheimer's is a brain disease most commonly found in people over the age of 60. The disease slowly deteriorates a person’s cognitive functioning and behavioral abilities, affecting the part of the brain that controls language, reasoning, and sensory processing. The effects of the disease are irreversible, and get progressively more severe. Scientists have not yet found the cause for Alzheimer's, but the risk has been higher in people with a family history of the disease.
The first symptoms that occur of AD are signs of cognitive loss. This can include trouble remembering simple details, vision issues, and impaired judgment. Early detection can help slow the progression of the disease. As the disease progresses, symptoms can escalate to deeper cognitive damage. This includes confusion, unable to recognize family and friends, difficulty communicating and even hallucinations.
While there is no cure for Alzheimer's disease, there have been ways to manage it. Current approaches include ways to maintain mental function, manage behavioral symptoms, and slowing the symptoms of the disease. This is where research is key to developing new ways to treat the disease.
At CNS Healthcare, we study both new and existent medication for Alzheimer's. Based on our experience and research, our professionals can recommend new treatment options, medication, as well as availability of community resources dedicated to the treatment of Alzheimer's. If you qualify, participants will receive all study related medication and treatment free of charge. Participants may even be compensated for time and travel.
Interested in learning more about this new treatment option and medication for Alzheimer's? Click Schedule a free consultation with one of our healthcare professionals to learn more about treatment options available.