Alzheimer’s disease is a terrifying diagnosis, one that someone is given every 66 seconds in the United States. Today the disease affects more than 5 million Americans1. With such a large number of patients, you would think that there would be a pharmacological solution.
The sad fact is that today over 95% of drug trials for Alzheimer’s fail. And the only drugs that are available cannot halt the progression of the disease, only help symptoms temporarily, and can have horrible side effects.
Today, there is hope.
At Heal Medical, we pride ourselves on bringing the best care and cutting-edge medicine to our patients. That is why we have partnered with Muses Labs to bring the MENDTM Protocol to our patients. The MEND Protocol is specially designed for patients with memory issues, or those in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease.
The protocol isn’t just a one-drug solution–it gathers information about you as an individual, to create a combination therapy personalized to your needs. Protocol recommendations may include a combination of medications, supplements, and lifestyle changes.
Over 30 years of extensive scientific research shows that Alzheimer’s disease doesn’t have a single cause, but multiple causes over a lifetime, and causes can vary from one patient to another. The MEND Protocol helps us address the specific causes of your cognitive decline by using information from your genome, blood tests, and medical history.
We personalize each protocol to your specific needs and biology–from recommendations to dosage amounts–by combining medical expertise with software algorithms. We create a highly personalized treatment plan for each patient to provide more complete view of the underlying causes of your cognitive decline to help us correctly address them with you.
Protocols are updated every 3 months. As you follow the Protocol, your biochemistry will change and your dosages, medications, and supplements may need to change with it. The MEND Protocol takes all of this into account in order to best serve your needs as an individual.
If you are experiencing memory issues or have a history of Alzheimer’s disease in your family, talk to us today to start making informed treatment decisions for your memory.
To learn more about MEND and the steps involved, click here.