Dr. Richard Golden, MD, board-certified neurologist with Noran Neurological Clinic, joined both WCCO radio and WCCO TV for discussions about dementia in light of the recent story about David Cassidy’s diagnosis. If you missed them, below are the news interviews.
Dr. Golden spoke with WCCO News Radio on Feb. 23rd, 2017:
Dr. Golden also spoke with WCCO News in person on Feb. 25th, 2017:
In Dr. Golden’s interviews, he mentions the 10 early signs of dementia from the Alzheimer’s Association. To read more, visit the Alzheimer’s Association’s page “Memory Loss & 10 Early Signs of Alzheimer’s“. He also talks about risk factors, ways to reduce your risk, and the guidelines from the Academy of Neurology when it comes to driving safety for those with dementia. For information about driving and dementia, read the AAN’s “Driving With Dementia: Understanding the Safety Risks“. As Dr. Golden explains, there are other conditions that can sometimes mimic symptoms of dementia that are treatable. If you have concerns about yourself or a loved one, it is always good to talk to your doctor – the sooner the issue is identified, the better the chance of making changes or starting treatment that may help.
For more information and interviews with Dr. Golden, visit his bio page:
Dr. Richard Golden, MD
If you or a loved one may be showing signs of memory loss or dementia, talk to your primary care provider or call Noran Neurological Clinic at 612.879.1500 to make an appointment with a neurologist.