The Center for Cognitive Health
From a first-grader struggling with attention difficulties to a grandparent suffering from memory problems, each person dealing with cognitive issues has his or her own unique symptoms and concerns. That’s why the Mount Sinai Center for Cognitive Health treats each patient individually, with a team of internationally recognized neurologists, psychiatrists, neuropsychologists, and neuroscientists working together to personalize the best treatment plan for you.
Through our extensive evaluation process, we carefully assess your condition then design a coordinated management plan that draws on the newest therapies. We offer leading-edge treatments for the full range of cognitive disorders, including dementias such as Alzheimer’s disease, attention deficit disorder, mild cognitive impairment, and cognitive dysfunction related to other conditions like epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease, stroke, and multiple sclerosis. With such skilled care to offer, we are one of five medical centers in the country selected as part of the Neurological Care Program for retired National Football League players.
Our science-driven approach to treatment gives our patients access to the newest and most promising therapies in the form of clinical trials. As part of the Friedman Brain Institute, we are active in research programs seeking to discover the underlying causes of cognitive and related neuropsychiatric disorders.
This dual commitment to science and patient care allows us to provide our patients with the best available therapies to help you get back to the life you love.