We’re currently opening our office during certain hours for procedural appointments only. During this public health crisis your health is our priority more than ever. To maximize your safety and the safety of our staff, MMC moved all of our operations to virtual platforms in mid-March. For those of you who had a virtual visit…

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By Ken Garfield    COVID-19 has not broken the connection between Memory & Movement Charlotte and our patients and their loved ones. While our doctors, nurses and support staff cannot take your hand as we shelter in place, the care we offer still comes from the heart. It also comes by telephone, video and a weekly…

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Dear friends, In these unprecedented times, everywhere we look neighbors are helping neighbors, everyone is doing what they can for the greater good and we need your help. Our income will continue to decrease the longer our office remains closed. However, Dr. Edwards, Dr. Iyer, Dr. Shepard, Robyn and I are still available treating, supporting…

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Written by Dr. Charles Edwards I recently read the book entitled Switch: How to Change Things When Change Is Hard, written by brothers Chip and Dan Heath. At first I was dismissive and (self-righteously) thought the authors should meet our Memory Center families if they wanted to catch a glimpse of people being faced with…

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I watched firsthand as Alzheimer’s disease forced my grandmother to put up a noble fight, and I saw my father-in-law face the same challenges. When I decided upon neurology as my profession, I knew Alzheimer’s disease would be frequently encountered. Early in my career I discovered that neurologists were very good at diagnosing Alzheimer’s disease,…

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In the summer of 1993 my mother was diagnosed with cancer and passed away in within two weeks. Those days were filled with medical appointments, tests and hospital visits. My sisters and I were trying to sort through all of the information that was coming at us while trying to help my parents make some…

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