Facts About Alzheimer’s

When you need as much information as possible, CereScan can help.

Experiencing the symptoms associated with Alzheimer’s or other dementia can be extremely stressful and overwhelming for you and your loved ones. An accurate, early, in-depth diagnosis is often the best hope to delay progression, optimize treatment selection and impact quality of life.

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Diagnosing Alzheimer’s Disease is Complex

We have helped thousands of people like you get the answers they deserve. The CereScan imaging experience is a more personalized, accurate, comprehensive way of evaluating brain function and symptoms using: Functional brain imaging (qSPECT, PET),

  • Advanced processing software,
  • Detailed medical history and
  • Expert clinical assessments.

Fast Facts:

  • Diagnosing Alzheimer’s disease is complex—a comprehensive diagnostic approach is critical.
  • Functional imaging has been used in the study of Alzheimer’s for over 20 years.
  • An accurate, early, in-depth diagnosis is often the best hope to delay progression and optimize a higher quality of life.
  • CereScan’s functional imaging can help identify early signs of Alzheimer’s before the onset of significant symptoms & can identify other causes of memory loss symptoms.

If you or your loved one are experience Alzheimer’s symptoms, a comprehensive CereScan diagnosis can help:

  •  Give a clear assessment of what is really going on in your brain
  • Help you determine the cause of your symptoms and identify different forms of dementia and other causes of memory loss symptoms
  • Develop health plans to slow down disease progression
  • Treatment selection to manage symptoms or determine which medications may make symptoms worse
  • Provide early diagnostic information that can help you maintain quality of life and plan for your future.

Early Diagnosis

CereScan’s functional imaging can help show early signs of Alzheimer’s before the onset of significant symptoms. An early diagnosis is important to:

  • Begin treatment early to help preserve function and independence for as long as possible
  • Optimize planning for the future to determine support networks, living arrangements and logistical issues
  • Potentially have the opportunity to participate in clinical trials testing new treatments for Alzheimer’s.

You are not alone, let us help

We understand what you are going through and are here to help you get answers. Contact us by phone at 866-722-4806 to schedule your free phone consultation or fill in the form below. Our dedicated staff is here to answer any questions you have and help guide you in the right direction. A more accurate, early, comprehensive diagnosis can pave the way for the right treatment and improved quality of life. You are not alone, let us help.