North Central New Jersey Edition
Bookmark and Share Email this page Email Print this page Print

New Treatment for a Declining Mind

Alzheimer’s disease is a major problem in the United States – approximately 5.20 million Americans have been diagnosed, and the cost of treating it is about $200 billion a year. Despite that high cost, effective treatment for Alzheimer’s is limited, and most medications only slow the progression of the disease. However, a new strategy to fight Alzheimer’s, based on the ongoing work of Dr. Dale Bredesen, MD, is now available. The Bredesen Protocol, recently highlighted on the Dr. Oz show, was developed after years of research to prevent, treat and possibly reverse subjective cognitive decline, mild cognitive decline and early Alzheimer’s.

Dr. Maria Vila, DO, of Atlantic Integrative Medicine Associates, is trained and certified in the Bredesen Protocol and is offering treatment at the Chambers Center for Well Being in Morristown, NJ. Dr. Vila will provide a comprehensive examination for you or your loved one to determine the extent and possible cause of any cognitive decline. Then she will create a personalized plan to pursue the best course of treatment.

The sooner cognitive issues are addressed, the better the outcome, so it is crucial to begin treatment early—make an appointment today.

For more information visit DrBredesen.com or contact Dr. Vila at 973-971-4686. Location: Chambers Center for Well Being, 435 South Street, Suite 160, Morristown. ChambersCenterForWellBeing.org.

 

Edit ModuleShow Tags

More from Natural Awakenings

New Product for Improving Gut Health

Back to Basic Wellness is excited to offer a new product from Purium called Biome Medic that research has shown to be promising in improving gut health.

Local Pain Remedy Uses Time-Tested Ingredients

Local entrepreneur C. E. Smith is pleased to introduce Aunt Alberta's Remedy, a homeopathic pain relief cream that penetrates deep into the skin and muscle tissues, to the market.

Hemberger Structural Integration Now Accepts Insurance

Structural integration, also known as Rolfing, is known to be effective in reducing chronic back pain, improving posture and spine health, however, lack of insurance coverage often hinders patients from seeking it as a solution.

A New Partnership Begins

Awakening Wellness is Creating a Community for Health

They say it takes a village to raise a child. Hilary Bilkis, owner of Awakening Wellness, also believes it takes a village to create health and wellness in children and adults.