Brain Fitness

Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute

Saint Luke's Brain Fitness Program

This unique program helps you train your brain to withstand common symptoms of memory loss. Test yourself today with these brain teasers.

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Brain Fitness Center

Whether you’re recovering from a brain injury, stroke, or another illness; have a mild form of diagnosed memory loss; or simply want to establish a baseline memory score to monitor changes, Saint Luke's Brain Fitness Center can help improve your cognitive skills and strengthen memory.

Saint Luke's Brain Fitness Center offers:

  • Brain fitness screenings and health planning consultations with specialists who help develop a customized plan
  • Stress-management training and practice to help participants improve their response to stress, pain, or illness
  • Nutritional education and consultation, including a customized diet plan
  • Cognitive training designed to help enhance and maintain attention skills, memory and recall, and visual/spatial processing

Our patients

Saint Luke's Brain Fitness Center patients are:

  • Healthy individuals who are either noticing some degree of memory change or want to avoid it
  • Anyone diagnosed with early dementia or Alzheimer's disease who is living independently or with minimal supervision
  • People with more advanced cognitive limitations, either from advancing Alzheimer's disease, brain injury due to stroke, head trauma, a brain tumor, or another brain disease

Services

Saint Luke's Brain Fitness Center offers:

  • A comprehensive initial evaluation
  • 12- to 14-week individual and group programs
  • Fitness gym
  • Physical fitness specialists
  • Diet specialists
  • Speech-language pathologists

Contact us

For more information, call 816-932-2250.

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Saint Luke’s Brain Fitness Center
Broadway Medical Building
4400 Broadway, Suite 101
Kansas City, MO 64111
816-932-2250
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