Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s Disease Treatment at Forum Health

 

Memory loss and confusion caused by Alzheimer’s disease can be devastating.

 

Whether you’re researching for yourself or someone you care about, you’re looking for ways to cope.

 

We can work with you to map out a care plan to deal with symptoms and ease frustration.

 

Need more information about Alzheimer’s Disease?

 

If you would like to find out more contact us today to schedule a 15 minute health advisor call or schedule an appointment.

Forum Health Treatments

BrainTap Neural Synchronization

Relax, reboot, and release negative habits with BrainTap   Relax, reboot, and release negative habits with BrainTap — a powerfully effective tool designed to help achieve the balanced brainwave states needed for optimal function of body and mind. Backed by neuroscience and research, braintapping combines the perfect symmetry of sound, music, and spoken word, creating […]


Bredesen Protocol

The Bredesen Protocol identifies, targets, and treats the root cause of cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s disease   A therapeutic, personalized program, the Bredesen Protocol identifies, targets, and treats the root cause of cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s disease—unlike pharmaceuticals, which simply mask symptoms. The Bredesen Protocol looks at each person as a whole system and identifies […]


Testosterone Pellet Therapy – TRT Therapy

Forum Health balances testosterone through pellets implanted under the skin for safe and effective delivery.


Diet & Nutrition Counseling

One-size-fits-all and fad diets just don’t work. Your body has unique nutritional needs. Forum Health will help you tailor your food intake to meet them.


Dietary Supplements – Nutraceuticals

Forum Health offers professional-grade dietary supplements through our nutrition science company, Inwell Biosciences.


Telehealth

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