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Memory & cognitive disorder care

Offering the latest treatments and personalized care, we protect your cognitive function and help you make a plan for tomorrow.

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Find hope for the future with Alzheimer’s and dementia

If you have Alzheimers or other cognitive disorders, our specialists are here for you. Through advanced diagnostics and personalized care, we’ll find the right treatment to help you maintain your independence and health for as long as possible.

A unique partnership

We have a special partnership between geriatrics and neurology that no other facilities in the region offer.

CSF biomarker testing

Our doctors have access to CSF biomarker testing for Alzheimer’s disease, helping us to give our patients vital treatment earlier.

Support for caregivers

We have a comprehensive support program including educational materials, referrals to community resources and help with treatment.

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Compassionate care for memory and cognitive disorders

We offer comprehensive care tailored to your unique needs, including these advanced services.

  • Comprehensive evaluation

  • Advanced imaging and laboratory tests

  • Cognitive rehabilitation

  • Behavioral interventions

  • Medication management

  • Continuum of care coordination

  • Education and support

  • Biomarker testing

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Parkinsons elevated program

Our Parkinson’s elevated program is designed to help patients live their best live. A uniquely integrated model, it combines treatment from a movement neurologist and primary care provider with rehab services and an exercise physiologist who serves as the a health coach.

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