What is the difference between Dementia & Alzheimer's Disease?
“Dementia” is an umbrella term for the ongoing loss of mental ability great enough to affect the daily business of living. Alzheimer’s disease is a specific degenerative brain disease. Both dementia symptoms and Alzheimer’s symptoms may include memory problems, difficulty communicating, and trouble with complex tasks. Alzheimer’s symptoms are more severe as the disease progresses, and may include disorientation, confusion and behavior changes. While there is currently no cure, there are many dementia treatment options and Alzheimer’s disease treatment options that our neurologists offer patients. Contact us now to see what help you need.
Why Kane Hall Barry?
In-network with Medicare and most Commercial Insurances
Neurologists specialize in treating Alzheimer's, memory loss, and dementia