As a research center, our goal is to complement the care that you provide to your patients. We do not replace you as your patients’ primary clinical care provider.
Several specialty clinics in the Kentucky Neuroscience Institute (KNI) offer a range of clinical services for patients and families concerned about memory changes or movement disorders.
KNI Memory Disorders Clinic - Offers initial evaluations for memory loss and care of patients with late-life cognitive disorders, e.g., Alzheimer’s disease and vascular dementia.
Our UK-Alzheimer’s Disease Center physicians provide a thorough assessment for patients with memory concerns at the Kentucky Neuroscience Institute’s Memory Disorder Clinic. Following evaluation, patients may be asked to participate in our Sanders-Brown Center on Aging Clinic studies.
Phone (859) 323-5661 to schedule a patient evaluation.
AddressKentucky Neuroscience Institute
First Floor, Wing C (across from Starbucks)
740 South Limestone
Lexington, KY 40536-0284
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The Movement Disorders Clinic provides evaluation and clinical care for patients who are experiencing movement disorders caused by brain degeneration such as Parkinson's disease, Parkinson-plus syndromes and all other neurodegenerative illnesses. These clinical services require a referral from a physician.
For appointment information, please follow this link: Movement Disorders Clinic
The UK-ADC provides periodic research evaluations, depending on the specific research protocol, for patients participating in research studies. This service does not substitute for their regular clinical care. All tests/evaluations are performed for research purposes only, but some results may have relevance to the participant’s clinical care. A copy of neuropsychological test results and brain imaging reports may be shared with the participant’s physician.
The UK-ADC is dedicated to supporting and conducting research on Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders and enhancing the clinical care of Alzheimer’s patients and their families. Referrals to UK-ADC supported studies will enable the research team to continue to contribute to the growing knowledge about the cause of and treatment for diseases that impair memory.
The following online services provide free educational materials and fact sheets that can be shared with your patients or clients: