Chik Devarage, MD
Anyone who has had a family member or loved one suffer from Alzheimer’s disease knows the impact it can have on the individual, and those around them. There is no cure for Alzheimer’s, but early detection can play a key role in preserving quality of life and ensuring the best possible outcome for those at risk. There are tests available that are painless and can be administered by your family physician. During your next check-up, ask your doctor about receiving an Alzheimer’s risk assessment.