Tag Archives: cognitive health

Company Releases Innovative Medical Device for Memory Health

Physicians treating patients concerned about memory loss now have access to a new, non-invasive medical device that administers cognitive assessments anywhere with an internet connection. The FDA-registered headgear device objectively measures cognitive health to help physicians make more accurate and timely observations about memory loss. The Intellig-EYES™ tool changes the cognitive assessment landscape by detecting […]

Cognitive Assessment Platform Available for Memory Loss

A new, non-invasive enhanced cognitive assessment test (ECAT) platform is now available for treating patients at risk of neurodegenerative disease. The tool uses both objective and subjective tests to evaluate cognitive ability. Central to the ECAT platform is the objective measurement of cranial nerves II, III, IV, and VI through eye movement to help provide […]

Memory Loss and Dementia: Does Early Detection Matter?

Many adults experience the occasional memory lapse—whether misplacing car keys or failing to recall the name of a television program. While most write it off as forgetfulness, others fear a serious health issue is at hand. But what causes these absentminded episodes? Is it aging, memory loss, or some other explicable—and treatable—condition? In fact, the […]

Adults Now Have Access to Insurance-Covered Alzheimer’s and Dementia Assessment

Adults experiencing memory lapses now have access to a new and convenient, technologically-advanced, cognitive assessment test that allows early intervention and treatment for those at risk of memory loss. “Many adults experience forgetfulness or absentmindedness during everyday activities—misplacing car keys or the name of a television program—and fear they are experiencing memory loss due to […]