Alzheimer's Prevention Clinic
A New Approach to Alzheimer's Disease Management
Alzheimer's disease doesn't just affect the patient; it affects the entire family. The Alzheimer's Prevention Clinic (APC), Weill Cornell Memory Disorders Program at New York-Presbyterian / Weill Cornell Medical Center was founded by Dr. Richard Isaacson, who has several family members with this disease.
This specialized clinic focuses on the latest treatments for patients, as well as cutting-edge prevention strategies (with an emphasis on nutritional approaches) and comprehensive education for the entire family. Interested in scheduling a consultation? Please call 212-746-0226 or to Learn More, View Our Clinic Brochure.
As a part of this initiative, individuals interested in lowering their risk for Alzheimer's disease (AD) can be followed over time and receive a personalized plan based on a variety of elements, such as their risk factors, genes, past/present medical conditions, and the latest scientific research. Patients in the APC will be cared for over time using a sophisticated and interactive state-of-the-art research tool and database. This approach allows for ongoing monitoring and the development of personalized therapeutic options aimed at reducing AD risk and providing optimal care. If you would like to learn the latest Alzheimer's information online, visit our patient, caregiver and family education site, www.AlzU.org.
For more information, or to schedule a consultation, please call 212-746-0226