Panel Discusses Reversible Causes of Alzheimer’s: On October 14 in Mt. Kisco, NY
Dr. Allan Warshowsky
Think Alzheimer’s can’t be cured, slowed or prevented? Think again, says Jacqui Bishop, cofounder of Sharp Again Naturally: Making Alzheimer’s Only a Memory, a nonprofit organization focused on treating the reversible causes of dementia. “Documented cases prove otherwise,” she says. “In a new UCLA study led by Dr. Dale Bredesen, nine out of ten people reversed their diagnoses.”
On October 14, 2015, Sharp Again Naturally is leading a panel discussion of holistic and medical professionals who will explain how diagnoses of cognitive impairment, Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia can be prevented or reversed, partially or completely, by addressing nine known reversible causes. The event is sponsored by the Katonah Study Group for Integrative Medicine.
Panelists will include Allan Warshowsky, MD, discussing a multi-therapeutic approach, including the effects of prescription drugs and bio-identical hormones; Howard Hindin, DDS, discussing the treatment of inflammation and metals in the mouth, including mercury fillings, their effects on the brain and how to address them; nutritionist Marie Roth, founder of Powerfuel Nutrition, speaking about nutrition and detoxing; and Penny Cohen, a licensed clinical social worker and functional psychotherapist, addressing how stress and our thoughts, beliefs and feelings affect memory, cognition and aging.
“This first-time event will empower participants with new ways of thinking about Alzheimer’s, its causes, and ways to test, treat and even reverse the diagnosis,” Bishop says. The panel discussion will take place October 14, 6:30-9:30 p.m., at Northern Westchester Hospital, 400 East Main St., Mt. Kisco, NY (Conference Rooms A, B and C). The cost is $20 at the door or free to members of the Katonah Study Group.
For reservations, visit KatonahStudyGroup.org or call Bonnie Rogers at 914.923.4346.