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Dementia Treatment

Early Dementia Detection Is Key

Dementia is characterized by significant memory impairment along with one or several of the following impairments: impaired cognitive function, decreased attention and focus, impaired problem solving and planning, decreased spatial skills, and decreased organization. Many signs and symptoms of dementia are overlooked in the early stages and appear benign. However, as the condition progresses, the symptoms become more noticeable, especially by family and friends.

Dementia – Not Your Normal Aging

Early symptoms may be dismissed as “normal aging.” However, that is an incorrect assumption, and as the condition progresses, the brain will atrophy.

It is critical for healthcare professionals to recognize the early signs of dementia, know the causative mechanisms, and help develop brain-health strategies in the early stages of condition.

There Is Dementia Treatment Available

Dr. Bagnell will assess during the examination the level of decline through oculomotor tests, posture, stability and memory tasks. Therapy is designed to improve neuroplastic responses in several lay regions of the brain and metabolic/nutritional recommendations to support healthy brain function. This condition is progressive so ongoing home care is a highly recommended aspect following initial phase of care.


Early detection and treatment is essential. Book your assessment today. We look forward to meeting you!

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10 Early Warning Signs of Dementia/Alzheimer’s

  1. Memory loss that disrupts daily life
  2. Challenges in planning or solving problems
  3. Difficulty completing familiar tasks at home, work and at leisure
  4. Confusion with time or place
  5. Trouble understanding visual images and spatial relationships
  6. New problem with words in speaking or writing
  7. Misplacing things and losing the ability to retrace steps
  8. Decreased poor judgment, decreased sense of smell, chronic constipation and/or shoulder stiffness
  9. Withdrawal from work or social activities
  10. Changes in mood and personality

Flexible Payment Plans

Unfortunately, the insurance industry hasn’t caught up with medical advances and are not yet covering dementia treatment. It is our hope that one day soon the treatments will be covered by majority of insurance companies. Until that day comes, we work closely with CareCredit to offer flexible payment options to ensure you are able to access the care you need without delay.

If you or a loved one have any of these warning signs of dementia,
call us to set up an appointment today.

(305) 259-8755

Dementia Treatment In Miami