How We Can Help
When was your last brain checkup?
We get annual exams to screen for cancer and many physical diseases, why not for our brain? A cognoscopy is a term coined by Dr. Dale Bredesen, founder of the Buck Institute at UCLA and creator of the ReCODE protocol. It is a series of tests, that helps determine your current brain health, and allows for early intervention to help reduce the possibility of cognitive decline.
Since Alzheimer's disease often starts decades prior to symptoms beginning to show, having annual cognitive checkups can provide an enormous amount of benefit in early detection of many types of cognitive decline.
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What we can help you with:
Improving performance and productivity
Prevention of cognitive decline
Dementia symptoms including
- Lewy Body disease
- Vascular Dementia
- Mixed Dementia
Concussions due to:
- Car accident
Traumatic Brain Injury
Mild Cognitive Decline
DO YOU WANT TO IMPROVE YOUR MENTAL CLARITY?
"Lindsey, we know the hurdles you have encountered and wanted to thank you for your patience and diligence. Mr. Soleskey is the benefactor of your endurance!"
What we offer:
Based on your personal health history and labwork, a custom Roadmap Report will be generated just for you. When combined with individual coaching and therapy devices will help you truly optimize your brain health.
Whatever your need, be it education on how to help a loved one with dementia, or finding answers to your own cognitive concerns, Maryland Center for Brain Health is your compassionate resource to aide you in achieving your
Our coaches will aide you implement the personalized recommendations of your Enhance Protocol Roadmap Report, track your success, coordinate any special needs you may have, problem solve and provide resources.
Have you been diagnosed with a concussion? Traumatic brain injury? Experiencing brain fog or cognitive decline?
Have you noticed an increase in:
Not performing at your peak at your job
Forgetting important events
Losing precious time with family and friends?
Frustration with the dementia diagnosis of a loved one only to be told there is nothing that can be done?