Empowering patients with knowledge to take control of their cognitive health.
Through routine screening, patients can improve their overall standard of care by eliminating uncertainty about cognitive function and brain health.
Cognitive impairment may occur as a result of a variety of causes and manageable underlying conditions related to; but not limited to cardiovascular and/or metabolic conditions, sleep disorders, hormonal imbalances, depression, chronic pain, post-concussion, post-stroke, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease, ADHD, autism, and neurological, focal, vision and hearing impairment, or chronic conditions such as type-2 diabetes. Cognitive impairment may also be a result of long-term poor lifestyle choices such as substance abuse, sedentarism, and unhealthy diets.
When you schedule a screening it includes a computer generated cognitive impairment screening that takes 5 – 10 mins; a review of your medications to see if anything you are taking may be contributing to cognitive decline and consultation with your practitioner where appropriate. It will also include education on lifestyle choices and supplements that have been proven to delay and/or further prevent cognitive decline.