SF City College and the SF Public Library offer free lecture: Dementia Prevention and Brain Health
One of the major concerns voiced to physicians today is fear of dementia. Worldwide, nearly 36 million people are believed to be living with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias. By 2030, it is expected that this number will increase to nearly 66 million. Unfortunately, it is not widely known that the majority of dementia cases are preventable.
Traditional Chinese Medicine has much to offer in the area of dementia prevention and brain health. Nieters will discuss the importance of blood stasis in geriatric diseases, particularly regarding brain health and various lesser known, secondary diagnostic markers for mental decline.
Speaker: John Nieters, Doctor of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine; President, Academy of Chinese Culture & Health Sciences; Licensed Acupuncturist
When: February 25th from 2-4pm
Where: San Francisco Public Library – Main Branch, 100 Larkin Street (at Grove & Market), Accessible by several MUNI and BART lines
To enroll: Simply attend the class and fill out a registration form on site. If you would like additional information, please contact Hope at 415.931.8679 or email@example.com or the Older Adults Department at 415.920.6021
Sponsor: The Older Adults Department of City College in partnership with the San Francisco Public Library