Cognitive RehabilitationCognitive Rehabilitation is a form of therapy that focuses on restoring, strengthening, and sharpening cognitive functions impaired due to brain degeneration, aging, or another medical incident. Dr. Jon Artz and Dr. Davor Zink have extensive experience and expertise in providing a specialized cognitive rehabilitation care plan—including cognitive exercises to perform, hands-on, bridging activities, and cognitive strategies to improve their everyday life.
Who We TreatThe Cognitive Rehab program is structured for a wide array of patients who have memory or cognitive impairment. Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) can occur in a person who notices that they are having memory or thinking problems, but it isn't enough to impair their day-to-day functioning.
- Early-stage Alzheimer’s
- Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) potential – over the age of 60
- Memory problems
- Those being referred to a Neurologist
- Reducing risk (lifestyle)
- Memory issues but still high functioning
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November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month. At Renown Health, we know that Alzheimer's safety for your loved one is a priority, as the symptoms can sometimes lead to unsafe situations. We asked Dr. Jonathan Artz –
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According to Susan Park, MD, a Renown Medical Group