One of the frustrating things I deal with as a memory doctor is the misinformation that exists in the popular media
The Memory Doctor
You may as well call him The Memory Doctor.
Dr. Nathan Herrmann has been a memory disorders specialist in the field of mental health in the aging, including dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, depression, and suicide.
He’s been referred to as “a remarkable teacher and clinician with encyclopaedic knowledge and a breadth of experience in his field.”
There are very few like him who specialize in geriatric psychiatry in Canada and around the world.
As baby boomers get older and enter their senior years (the “silver tsunami”), dementia and mental health disorders will become even more pervasive.
In The Memory Doctor blog series, Dr. Nathan Herrmann will share his expertise about memory problems in the geriatric population, through regular brief posts on the topics of dementia, Alzheimer’s disease and mental health.
Have a question for Dr. Nathan Herrmann? Ask him in one of the posts below.
How genetics plays into your risk of Alzheimer's disease
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Dr. Nathan Herrmann discusses the efficacy & side-effects associated with currently available Alzheimer's drugs.
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