Center for Cognitive Health
The Center for Cognitive Health helps patients maximize their cognitive function as they cope with Alzheimer’s disease (AD), or disorders of thinking due to:
- Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)
- Dementia with Lewy Bodies Disease (DLB)
- Fronto-Temporal Dementia (FTD)
- Parkinson’s disease-related cognitive dysfunction
- Stroke-related cognitive dysfunction
- Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
We provide an extensive evaluation, with separate family interviews, to understand the functional and behavioral status of each patient in a manner unlike what general neurologists provide. Using cutting edge diagnostic batteries, structural and functional brain imaging, and the latest laboratory assays we provide our patients with the most sophisticated diagnostic process.
Treatment plans are developed based on patient and family directed priorities that target not only symptoms but also disease modifying interventions, life style modifications, and education on community and global research opportunities in Alzheimer’s disease.
If you are interested in scheduling a clinic appointment please fill out the form at the bottom of this page or call us at (503) 207-2066.
Interested In Helping With Research?
We are currently enrolling for research studies at this time. If you are interested in helping test potential new treatments for Alzheimer’s Disease or learn more about clinical trial participation, please call us at 503-548-0908.
Click Below to Watch Our Ad on KATU and an Interview with Dr. Mega on AM NW!
New Covid-19 Procedures
Patient and staff safety are our highest priority. To maintain a sanitary, healthy, and safe workplace, the following practices have been implemented.
- Please wear a mask to your appointment
- Proper and frequent hand washing is encouraged
- Soap is readily available at all sinks in the facility, hand sanitizer is also available
- Handshaking and other forms of personal contact will be avoided
- Please follow coughing and sneezing etiquette
Our staff will clean and disinfect their workstations prior to beginning their shift including frequently touched surfaces including worktables, tools, chairs, doorknobs, light switches, handles, desks, faucets, sinks, keyboards, printers, telephones, remote controls, copier machine parts, machine control stations, handrails, etc.
If you would like to read about our full sanitizing procedure, you will find it in this week’s blog here.