I work in alliance with local San Diego ReCODE™ doctors. I also may be able to collaborate with your integrative or conventional doctor who advocates Dr. Bredesen’s approach but hasn’t received specific ReCODE™ training. The ideal way for me to coach is with a doctor’s guidance and medical clearance as needed.
A subtle memory issue or subjective cognitive impairment is generally easier to reverse than mild cognitive impairment (MCI, also known as pre-Alzheimer’s) or early Alzheimer’s disease.
For those already experiencing marked cognitive impairment
I coach individuals with pre-Alzheimer’s and Alzheimer’s, often along with a family member, only under the supervision of their doctor. I strongly encourage participation of a spouse, child, and/or caregiver at our sessions. Virtual videoconference sessions can make this easier.
Dr. Bredesen advises that individuals with significant cognitive decline be willing to commit to implementing all aspects of the ReCODE Protocol™ for 6-12 months and not to expect to see cognitive improvements until investing in at least 6 months of holistic medical treatment as well as therapeutic diet and lifestyle changes.
The people I’ve seen reverse their cognitive decline have dedicated themselves to living their Protocol with collaborative support from myself, their doctor, a ReCODE Reports™ subscription, and sometimes other allied healthcare professionals. These patients report regaining their organizational skills, improving their everyday memory, restoring their directional sense, and becoming more engaged in life.
Please read more about One-on-One Personalized ReCODE Coaching here. If we’re working in partnership with a ReCODE Qualified™ doctor, my initial appointments may already be bundled in your healthcare package, including my initial intake. After you’ve reviewed my one-on-one coaching, I invite you to contact me so I can learn about your unique situation and you can get to know how I can help.