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Neurogenics Memory Clinic

Optimise Your Brain, Optimise Your Memory

 

Introduction

Memory problems are common at every stage in life and they can impair learning, working, relationships and even self reliance. Memory problems clearly get worse as we age, with 75% of older adults complaining about them. But memory problems are not just about the brain and just because a person may have memory problems does not necessarily mean they have Alzheimer's or some other form of dementia. 

Cutting Edge Research

NEUROGENICS MEMORY CLINIC specialises in Functional Medicine and Functional Neurology.  We provide advanced diagnostic and treatment strategies based on current research for people suffering from memory problems be they mild, moderate or severe and from dementia and non dementia related causes.

The research clearly shows that early intervention through a highly structured therapeutic program that addresses the root causes of memory loss can have a major impact on the slowing the progression  and actually reversing the symptoms of memory loss. 

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Non dementia related memory loss is associated with ageing, stress and poor lifestyle habits such as sedentary

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The BrainSharp Program
With A Better Brain Comes A Better Life
 

About Cognitive Impairment

Its not just about memory ...

Good cognition is described as retaining the ability to think clearly, act decisively and remember events, names and places

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Subjective Cognitive Decline

When an individual becomes aware that they are struggling with focus, concentration and memory, they are recognising in themselves what is called Subjective Cognitive Impairment. ( SCI ).

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Mild Cognitive Decline

Mild Cognitive Impairment ( MCI ) is when family and friends begin to notice that an individual is having problems focusing, concentrating and remembering. This is recognised as a progression to the next stage.

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Early Dementia

The next stage is the recognition of a mild form of dementia. Dementia is a term that covers several different causes and expressions of memory loss, the most common of which is Alzheimer’s disease.

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Opening Hours

Monday-Friday: 11am to 7pm

Saturday: 11am to 1pm

Sunday: Closed

59 Congelton Road, Talke, Stoke On Trent ST7 1ND

England, UK

07814 528087

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