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Stop Memory Loss Before It Stops You!

  Memory loss can be very scary for you and for your loved ones. How far are you willing to go to prevent this from happening? There are proven ways of preventing memory loss but the lifestyle changes are strict. What means more to you?   Reverse memory loss right away to prevent dementia Although […]

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Using Functional Neurology for Everyday Treatment of Alzheimer’s

 Functional Neurology is a practical, non-invasive way to approach and treat neurological conditions such as Alzheimer’s, dementia, dizziness, chronic headaches, neuropathies, or a combination of any of these conditions. Functional Neurology may also be used to treat patients that have been exposed to heavy metals. Heavy metal poisoning can mimic symptoms of diabetes with peripheral […]

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Success With Alzheimer’s Disease, A Multi-Modal Approach

      Alzheimer’s Disease is unfortunately becoming an epidemic amongst our aging population especially in American’s. At Southwest Brain Performance Center we are addressing this issue successfully via functional neurology and without prescription medication. Dr. Michael Pendleton has recently successfully treated an elderly man with moderate onset Alzheimer’s disease. Please enjoy this article that […]

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It’s All About Balance

At Southwest Brain Performance Center, balance is a key component to a healthy brain and something we strive to reiterate to all of our patients to incorporate into their ADL’s (activities of daily living).  Maintaining a good, anti-inflammatory diet as well as learning and implementing great balance techniques to your everyday life is imperative for […]

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Can Neurofeedback Help with Dementia & Alzheimer’s Symptoms?

This recent thesis describes a study in which 10 patients with Alzheimer’s Disease were treated with neurofeedback, and  concluded that “neurofeedback has a positive effect on the cognitive performance of patients with Alzheimer’s Disease”: Luijmes, R. E. The Effectiveness of Neurofeedback on Cognitive Functioning in Patients with Alzheimer s Disease. This 2008 study describes how […]

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