DEGENERATIVE BRAIN DISEASE
Age-related neurological disorders such as Alzheimer's/Dementia (AD) and Parkinson's Disease (PD) rank among the most prevalent neurodegenerative conditions. These diseases gradually progress, leading to a decline in physical, neurological, and cognitive abilities.
While there is currently no cure for these conditions, treatment efforts focus on enhancing neurological integration, particularly in areas identified as deficient through clinical evaluations. These treatments aim to optimize the patient's neurological function for as long as possible, potentially slowing disease progression and enhancing life quality. The brain's capacity for plasticity and adaptation at any age allows for the development of personalized therapeutic strategies. These strategies are designed to help patients and their families experience improved functionality and an extended period of enhanced quality of life.