“Fear of losing my mind” is at the top of the list for what most people dread about aging, and rightly so. Every six seconds someone is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, and it holds the no. 3 spot among leading causes of death in the U.S. Whether you or someone you care for is suffering from memory impairment, cognitive decline, and/or Alzheimer’s disease, this live, 45-minute virtual discussion will explain how brain health can be restored with the newest research and treatment protocols now available.
Sign in from the comfort of your own home on June 9 for a Q&A with Dr. Garland Glenn of The Carroll Institute. Sarasota Magazine publisher Kelley Lavin will interview Dr. Glenn as he explains why Alzheimer’s disease is one of the most significant global health threats we face today—and what can be done about it. Dr. Glenn will identify the root causes of cognitive decline and share how 21st-century science, including the use of DNA, can enable us to customize treatments for every individual.
Dr. Glenn believes it’s possible for people to enjoy their lives as much at 95 as they did at 25!
Event date: June 9 at 3pm
Location: Facebook Live & YouTube
Registration is free! Click Here to Register.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn more about reversing the symptoms of cognitive decline, including Alzheimer’s disease. Get your questions answered by local cognitive expert and founder of The Carroll Institute, Dr. Garland Glenn, DC.
About the expert
Dr. Glenn is an international speaker and Functional Medicine practitioner with a global patient base. He graduated from Baylor University in 1979 and taught electrical engineering for several years before returning to school at the National Health Sciences University in Chicago and earning his DC degree in 1985. The opportunity to live and study in Europe in 1994 led him and his family to The Netherlands, where he completed a Diplomate in Neurology at the prestigious Carrick Institute in Amsterdam. Dr. Glenn was trained by Dr. Dale Bredesen at UCLA in reversing the symptoms of Alzheimer's and cognitive decline. He is a graduate of the Kalish Institute in Functional Medicine and is currently writing his PhD dissertation in Integrative Medicine. He is a member of the International Association of Functional Neurology and Rehabilitation. He is working toward his Fellowship with the International Board of Functional Neurology and following the Institute for Functional Medicine’s curriculum for board certification. He is licensed in several states in the U.S. as well as in the U.K.