The Atma Approach to Alzheimer's and Dementia: A Case Study -- By Dr. Neela Sandal

Updated: Jun 24, 2021

Sandy* came to Atma Clinic with signs of Alzheimer's. She had been noticing difficulty with finding words for what she wanted to say for about five years, and it was only getting worse. The issue had gotten to the point that her friends and family were worried about her, and she was also concerned.

Her friends and family suggested conventional pharmaceutical therapy with a neurologist or to find another approach. Previous doctors had recommended Nameda (a common drug used in dementia cases). But she had tried that medication only to notice little improvement.

When Sandy came to Atma Clinic for a second opinion, we determined that she was a good candidate for the Atma approach to Alzheimer's and Dementia. The the Atma approach to Alzheimer's and Dementia is a therapeutic, personalized program that identifies, targets, and treats the root cause of cognitive decline and Alzheimer's disease.

We performed an in-depth analysis of her biochemistry, which helped us determine the root causes of her brain inflammation and plaque formation associated with Alzheimer’s progression. We then got her started on a robust lifestyle and supplementation regimen designed to fix those errors.

The Atma Approach is always to address the underlying issue and to treat the whole person. In this case, that meant identifying and correcting the precise causes of Sandy's neurological inflammation. We moved carefully and scientifically, retesting as we went along to ensure results.