If you or someone you know suffers from early signs of dementia or memory loss, keep reading! This is a randomized,controlled clinical trial using precision medicine, which is a novel approach involving comprehensive testing along with functional and lifestyle interventions for the treatment of mild cognitive impairment or early stage dementia. This is a completely different way of looking at and treating memory loss that impacts so many.
In a recent webinar, Dr. David Haase, a renowned physician at the Maxwell Clinic in Nashville, Tennessee, discussed the critical topic of dementia prevention and treatment. With decades of experience in the field of healthcare and a specific interest in dementia, Dr. Haase shed light on the challenges faced by individuals and their families and the remarkable progress being made in the field. He introduced a groundbreaking therapy called therapeutic plasma exchange and its potential to slow, stop, and even reverse the progression of neurodegenerative conditions like dementia.
Your brain is the gateway to good health. This 3-pound powerhouse affects how you feel, move, speak, think, behave, and socialize. And when it’s struggling, everything in life feels compromised. If you’re struggling with brain health, you might be noticing worsening memory, poor attention, or a depressed or anxious mood.
Dr. Haase talks with Bill Klaproth about MaxWell Clinic's Maxwell Care Program. MaxWell Care is built to find and address the underlying root causes of disease and health dysfunctions so you can get better stay better and maximize your Wellness. Listen to the discussion with Dr. David Hasse, founder and medical director at Maxwell Clinic.
Dr. Haase talks with Bill Klaproth about the benefits of Therapeutic Plasma Exchange. This Innovative therapy has the potential to slow down the rate of brain and body degeneration. It's an established medical procedure that is usually used to treat severe autoimmune disease. It is now is finding some really interesting and useful applications to promote longevity, as well as treating and reversing neurocognitive disease, which would be things like dementia.
Odds are someone you know or love has been affected by Alzheimer’s or Dementia. According to the Alzheimer's Association, the number of Americans living with Alzheimer's is growing — and growing fast. More than 6 million Americans of all ages have Alzheimer's. An estimated 6.2 million Americans age 65 and older are living with Alzheimer's dementia in 2021.