PROGRAM DETAILS

Healthy Aging: A Path to a Better Brain

Instructor
James Galvin
Category
Health & Fitness / Personal Improvement
FPL12114D

Course Description

Directed by Dr. Galvin, this presentation will cover topics for individuals who are interested in learning how to lead a better life by making lifestyle changes now that can promote brain health later. Dr. Galvin will be joined by his clinical team Keri Greenfield NP, Niurka Shkolnik LCSW, Iris Cohen SW, and Amie Rosenfeld DPT. Through the use of frank discussion and review of the most current and innovative research, Dr. Galvin will focus on improving cognition and mitigating decline by offering practical tools that anyone can implement now on an ongoing basis. The attendees will gain knowledge on how to cultivate nutrition, exercise, support systems, and mindfulness to optimize outcomes.

About the Instructor

  • James Galvin, MD, MPH is a board-certified neurologist, he has authored over 250 scientific publications and textbooks on healthy aging, cognitive health, memory loss, Alzheimer's disease, Lewy Body Dementia, and other neurocognitive disorders. Galvin's clinic, the Comprehensive Center for Brain Health on FAU's Boca Raton campus, provides personalized care to promote a healthy brain by a trans-disciplinary team. This team is composed of a licensed nurse practitioner Keri Greenfield NP, licensed clinical social worker Niurka Shkolnik and Iris Cohen MSW, and licensed Doctor of Physical Therapy Amie Rosenfeld DPT. Galvin and his group is actively conducting research in the area of memory and cognition loss and prevention, and offers opportunities for those who are interested in participating in research. He and his team also offer the Executive Brain Health program for individuals interested in maximizing cognitive functioning through comprehensive assessments and tailored lifestyle planning.

Upcoming programs presented by James Galvin.

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One-Time FPL12114D James Galvin Healthy Aging: A Path to a Better Brain
Wednesday, December 11: 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm