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Memory & Cognitive Health Program

brainscansWorried that you don't seem as sharp as you used to? Feel like you have more trouble remembering names or finding words? Or, do you just want to learn what you can do to make sure you keep your brain at peak performance as you get older?

It's a common misconception that getting older means an inevitable loss of memory and cognitive function or that there is nothing you can do to halt the decline.

Not all memory problems are a sign of dementia. And, even in those who do develop dementia, Alzheimer Disease accounts for only about 50% of cases. Treatable vascular disease accounts for up to 40% of older adults with memory impairment.. Many of the remaining cases turn out to be related to other identifiable underlying causes that can be corrected.

Whether you are worried about the changes that come from getting older or are in the early stages of a more significant problem, research has shown that there are interventions that may slow, or even reverse, changes in memory, processing speed and recall. Those strategies may provide many additional years of healthy life.

The Princeton Longevity Center's Memory & Cognitive Health Program can determine whether the changes you're concerned about are as simple as a problem with your sleep or too much stress or whether it may be the early signs of a more serious problem.


You'll get a personalized treatment plan that incorporates the latest in strategies for optimizing your memory and brain performance.

Whether your results show you are fine, have the normal changes that come with aging or more significant issues starting to develop, getting started on the right plan today can make a difference in how your brain works tomorrow. Get Peace of Mind knowing that you are doing all you can to help keep you at your peak performance

program Components

The Memory & Cognitive Health Program Evaluation includes:

Comprehensive Exam
Full Body Scan
NeuroPsych Testing
Detailed Laboratory Evaluation
Cardiovascular Risk Assessment
Sleep Health Evaluation
Individualized Brain Health Plan
Optional Exam Components

Comprehensive Exam:
Your exam starts with a thorough review of your medical history, a complete physical exam, cardiac stress test, pulmonary function tests, coronary artery CT scan, individualized fitness assessment and prescription, nutrition consultation and more.

Full Body Scan:
Find the potentially life-threatening diseases that are often missed with physical exam or standard health screenings before they become symptomatic. High Definition CT Full Body Scans take a direct look inside to find the early stages of the leading killers: cancer, aneurysms, coronary and vascular disease.

NeuroPsychometric Testing:
Get an objective assessment of your current cognitive status including memory, problem solving, executive function, language, processing speed and more. Differentiate "normal aging" from impairments that may be symptomatic of more severe underlying issues years before illness becomes apparent. Create a baseline to track your memory and cognitive function over time

Detailed Laboratory Evaluation:
Comprehensive Metabolic Profile and nutritional testing to detect common health conditions that can affect memory and mental performance

Cardiovascular Risk Assessment:
Early detection of the vascular causes of memory decline with CT Heart Scan and optional Carotid CT Angiography or Carotid Ultrasound.

Sleep Health Evaluation:
At-Home Screening for sleep apnea and sleep disturbances that can affect your memory and cognitive function.

Individualized Brain Health Plan:
Your personalized program for improving your memory, concentration and performance and reducing your risk of cognitive disease in the years to come

Optional Evaluation Components:

  • MRI of the Brain:
    Screen for prior strokes, brain tumors, atrophy of brain tissue and other causes of memory changes. Quantitative Brain MRI analysis allows early detection of loss of neurons in the areas of the brain that control memory functions.
  • PET/CT Amyloid Imaging:
    Provides early detection of accumulation of abnormal proteins in the brain that are the earliest indicators of developing Alzheimer's Disease
  • Genetic Screening:
    Testing for APP and Presenilin Mutations associated with early-onset Alzheimer Disease. Recommended for symptomatic patients with early-onset Alzheimer Disease and family history of dementia or those with a family history of one or more cases of early-onset Alzheimer Disease

Schedule your appointment today or to learn more about the Comprehensive Preventive Medicine Exam at Princeton Longevity Center, call (888) 8000-PLC.

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