Alzheimer’s Treatment Center of America (ATCA)
- ATCA addresses dementia and dementia improvement. In the documented 2½ year trial using our patented protocol: up to 76% of the patients either had no further decline or, even better, had improvement in their mild cognitive impairment. Dementia and cognitive impairment are closely coupled. Most care is covered by Medicare.
What is dementia?
Dementia is a general term that refers to a loss of memory and other cognitive abilities severe enough to impact daily life. The difference between dementia and the brain diseases tied to it, such as Alzheimer’s, is that is refers to a set of symptoms rather than a single disorder.
Alzheimer’s Disease is the most common cause of dementia, accounting for between 60 and 80 percent of cases. Vascular dementia is the second most common. Many other conditions can cause dementia, some of which are reversible, so a proper medical diagnosis is important.
Early warning signs of dementia
Memory loss is the most common early sign of dementia, including issues with short-term memory, misplacing items, getting lost, forgetting appointments, or struggling to complete regular activities like paying bills or making meals.
Many conditions causing dementia are progressive, meaning they slowly get worse over time. Early intervention is key.
Get a consultation (covered by Medicare) from our leading specialists at Alzheimer’s Treatment Center of America today. Call 404-999-2605 or email us at info@ATCA.Health Learn more
Dementia Improvement: Treatment Options
While there is not yet a cure for most progressive dementias, including Alzheimer’s, research continues to unlock new methods to maintain quality of life.
Doctors, family, and the loved one typically work together to create a care plan, which can include medication, regular doctor’s visits, treating non-dementia health conditions, and management options (such as senior centers or caregivers). Disappointingly, the five FDA-approved drugs currently available to treat Alzheimer’s address only it’s symptoms with limited effectiveness. Many non-medication alternatives, including supplements and controlling foods can be beneficial if they are part of a comprehensive program.
Alzheimer Treatment Center of America has built upon existing therapeutic advances with new data-driven technology to create a personalized treatment approach that is more successful than anything currently on the market. Learn More
ALZHEIMER’S TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA has built upon existing therapeutic advances with new data-driven technology to create a patented personalized treatment approach that is more successful than anything currently on the market.
Alzheimer’s Treatment Center of America (ATCA) offers a breakthrough, evidence-based treatment protocol designed by leading experts in medicine, science, and technology.
Our cutting-edge approach has been proven very effective. In the documented 2½ year trial using our patented protocol: up to 76% of the patients either had no further decline or, even better, had improvement in their mild cognitive impairment. Dementia issues are closely coupled with mild cognitive impairment. Most of this care is covered by Medicare.
- ATCA offers a novel, personalized strategy, driven by an original artificial intelligence algorithm in combination with medical specialists, genetic testing, and nutritional guidelines.
- Between visits, the ATCA telemedicine software enables the therapy team to track progress, answer questions, and adjust the plan in real time. Our clinic specialists, including health coaches, dieticians, and more, are always just a phone call away.
- In addition to traditional remedies, ATCA is constantly integrating the latest tools including non-pharmaceutical components (e.g., supplements), dietary and behavioral changes for optimal healing. Our specialists also track clinical trials and other experimental treatments to remain at the cutting edge of Alzheimer’s treatment.
How The ATCA Process Works
⦁ Schedule Initial Consult
In order to protect you from coronavirus all of our visits will be via Telemedicine until the Health Emergency is over. A simple to use video conference will be set up between the practitioner and the patient and/or the caregivers. These are scheduled for 45 minutes.
⦁ Complete Personal and Family Medical History
After the appointment is scheduled, we will email the patient and/or caregiver some online forms to fill out. Once these are filled out you will be ready to have the visit with the practitioner.
⦁ Initial Office Visit (online)
All of the information submitted will be reviewed and assessed by the practitioner. Additional information will be gathered by the practitioner during the office visit. Based upon that review, the practitioner will order labs and memory tests.
⦁ Blood Draws and Memory Tests
A mobile phlebotomist will come to your home to draw your blood and take your vital signs. The medical assistant will send the patient and caregiver a link for the memory tests. These memory tests will be taken online.
⦁ All Data Assessment and Report Creation
Our practitioner along with our Artificial Intelligence (AI) analytical tool will complete a baseline health assessment using: personal medical history, family medical history, genomic sequencing identifying pertinent genetic mutations, blood tests, memory evaluations, and more. A comprehensive 15 page report will then be created.
⦁ Get Your Personalized Care Plan
Our Patented proprietary AI rules engine will propose a set of prioritized interventions, based on your unique circumstances. Of course, the care plan will be reviewed and adjusted by our team of medical experts before being finalized. The care plan will be presented to the patient and/or caregiver in a 30 minute video conference.
⦁ Regular Care Management and Coaching
Multiple times each month our Health Coaches will work with the patients and caregivers to ensure that the prescribed protocol is being followed. Clarifications will be made where needed.
⦁ Monitor and Adjust
Our treatment plans are not static. They are adjusted based on continuous collection of new information, including patient reaction, side effects, new labs, biometric trends, and more.