Since November, the ATAM Clinical Team has been launching a new edition of the campaign to prevent neurodegenerative diseases with the principal objective of early detection of these pathologies. Proposing strategies to improve or reduce their symptoms and delay the progression of the disease are other goals linked to our prevention campaign.
All ATAM members, their spouses, beneficiaries, and parents can have this assessment and benefit from the free consultations until the end of 2022.
The neurologist Isabel Bustamante, with other neuropsychologists, will coordinate this campaign to detect these diseases as early as possible, establish the most effective approach to the disease, and monitor its evolution. Furthermore, raising awareness of neurodegenerative diseases and the need for an early diagnosis to maintain greater well-being and independence are other reasons for relaunching this campaign among our members.
If you suspect you or a member of your family may suffer from a neurodegenerative disease, please do not hesitate to contact us.
For those who cannot come to our headquarters in Pozuelo de Alarcón, it will also be possible to consult with our specialist via videoconference.
Please book your appointment with us using the form below.
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