Our Memory & Cognitive Health Program uses the latest technology to help you differentiate normal aging from early signs of memory disorders or dementia
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.
Vascular Risk Assessment
Early detection of the vascular causes of memory decline with 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.
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
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