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Functional Health Forum for the Prevention and Treatment of Early Dementia

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The Minnesota Brain Clinic will offer a Functional Health Forum from 6:30 to 8 p.m., on October 28. Presenters, Dr. Richard Sinda, certified functional medicine and age management practitioner, and Guy Odishaw, practitioner of neurofeedback and bioelectric medicine, will share a natural protocol that is available for people with early dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.

The forum includes information about the Bredesen Protocol which was developed by neurologist Dr. Dale Bredesen. Bredesen developed this approach to predict and prevent cognitive decline through a variety of holistic lifestyle changes. It is a personalized approach that may include diet changes, supplements, treating pathogens, addressing toxin exposure, optimizing sleep and more.

Coupled with bioelectric medicine, which uses device technology to read and modulate the electrical activity within the body’s nervous system, patients experience a holistic approach to treating early dementia.

“It’s stressful and frightening for both the patient and the family when there is a diagnosis of dementia or Alzheimer’s,” states Odishaw, “but there is hope, and that is what Dr. Sinda and I are here to share.”

Cost: Free. Location: Bhakti Wellness Center, 7550 France Ave. S., Lower Level, Edina. Participants can also attend online. To register, email [email protected].

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