Cognitive Decline Treatment Program Offered at Lakeview Integrative Medicine




Silvia Panitch, M.D.

Silvia Panitch, M.D., and her team at Lakeview Integrative Medicine are offering comprehensive evaluations and treatment for patients with cognitive decline. Panitch is offering a free, 15-minute consultation to explain how the program works through January 15, 2018.

She states, “For years, we have been told that cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s have no cure. However, recent research has found many reversible causes of dementia. This is a breakthrough in neurological diseases, because a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s was considered a death sentence.”

There are now 30 million patients worldwide with these diseases. By 2050, the number is expected to climb to 160 million. “Everyone knows a cancer survivor, but nobody knows an Alzheimer’s survivor,” notes Panitch.

Lakeview Integrative Medicine’s mission is to provide comprehensive medical care for men and women using a functional and integrative approach to evaluate and treat medical conditions.

 

Location: 3344 N. Ashland Ave., Chicago. For a consultation, call 773-525-6595. For more information, visit LakeviewIntegrativeMedicine.com.

 

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