Most often, subtle neurological changes beginning in the late 20s such as mild memory loss, changes in coordination, speech, typing
mistakes is dismissed as “normal” signs of aging. These signs can be seen years before dementia, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson disease. These subtle signs should not be ignored. If you are noticing this in yourself or others of changes in memory, mental capacity, movement or sleep patterns, these common signs should not be ignored. Addressing this is the first step.
7 Categories of evaluation and treatment for an aging brain
Quality nutrition, lifestyle pattern and targeted neurological stimulation are the basis for slowing progression and restoring declining mental and physical abilities in the aging brain. We do all this at OCNM where we apply specific physical and neurological exercises that can target, strengthen and promote positive neuroplasticity in weakened areas of the brain and nervous system due to injury or illness. We work closely with our patients to create an individualized treatment plan, along with home exercises to stop cognitive decline.
If left untreated, signs and symptoms often continue to decline over time. Our unique, comprehensive approach is to strengthen the
brain to be as efficient as possible and increasing the quality of life with our patient focused experience at OCNM.