While a magic bullet for Alzheimer’s disease continues to elude conventional medicine, there are holistic therapies that can inhibit and even reverse its effects that are often overlooked by mainstream practitioners.
At the Magaziner Center, we create a personalized treatment plan, based on a thorough evaluation of individual contributing factors, from environmental toxins (including heavy metals), to blood sugar dysregulation to nutrition to vitamin deficiencies or even your current medications.
How we treat it
At the Magaziner Center for Wellness, we approach Alzheimer’s disease by creating an individualized, patient-centered treatment plan.
Every person has a unique biochemistry which reacts to pollutants and toxins differently. In order to determine the factors that underlie each case, we utilize extremely thorough blood and urine tests, as well as a complete examination of every aspect of the body, from mitochondrial function to nutrient imbalances to heavy metal toxicity. We recommend dietary modifications to reduce foods that may cause inflammation while increasing intake of those that are anti-inflammatory. Brain inflammation has been a hallmark of dementia and memory decline.
The treatment plan based on these findings may include chelation therapy, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, antioxidant nutritional supplements, intravenous vitamins, regenerative therapies, diet and nutrition.
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