New Alzheimer’s Prevention Program at Brookfield Longevity
Dr. John Whitcomb
Dr. John Whitcomb, of Brookfield Longevity & Healthy Living Clinic, has become certified in Dr. Dale Bredesen’s approaches to prevent Alzheimer’s disease. Bredesen is an internationally recognized expert in the mechanisms of neurodegenerative diseases and has been one of America’s leading advocates for the prevention and reversal of cognitive decline. Now trained in Bredesen’s functional medicine principles, Whitcomb can help patients optimize their natural processes so they have the chance to heal naturally.
“As we age, our bodies lose the ability to absorb vitamins and we develop critical shortages,” Whitcomb says. “This is one of the first identified pathways into dementia discovered in the 19th century. There are also 32 other processes to consider.” Whitcomb is board-certified from the Scripts Institute in internal and emergency medicine as well as in holistic and integrative medicine. He customizes personalized plans that help calm the body’s inflammation and rebalance the body to restore a youthful endocrine system in order to help his patients to achieve longevity and quality of life.
Location: 17585 W. North Ave., Ste. 160, Brookfield. For more information, call 262-784-5300 or visit LiveLongMD.com.
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