Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Naturally Treats Dementia and Depression




Left to Right, Priscilla Condon, Dr. J. Douglas Brown, and Catherine Cubbage Condon

The Mind Performance Center, LLC, in Foley, Alabama provides non-drug rehabilitation for a wide range of brain disorders. “I want everyone to know that brain disorders such as dementia and depression are correctable,” says owner Dr. J. Douglas Brown, D.C., DACNB, whose approach fosters brain balance and performance without negative side effects.

For years he researched deep transcranial magnetic stimulation (DTMS) and its potential for dramatic improvement in quality of life, and in 2008 this technology became an FDA-approved option for treatment-resistant depression. DTMS increases the brain’s ability to regenerate and release neurotransmitters, and when paired with brain pathway correction and the science-based nutritional program of Alzheimer’s researcher Dale Bredesen, positive results are often quick and profound.

This multi-faced approach allows the Mind Performance Center to treat and reverse Alzheimer’s. “We now know that we can’t treat one issue at a time. We have to treat all of the brain issues at once, or it won’t get better,” Brown says. In addition to dementia and depression, the center treats ADHD, traumatic brain injury, autism, stroke and Parkinson’s.​

Location: Inside Path for Wellness, 240 W. Laurel St., Foley, AL. For more information, call 251-597-8787 or visit MindPerformanceCenter.com. See ad, page 9.

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