- Delay the onset of brain aging, and prevent and reverse Alzheimer’s.
- Mind Management
- A brain longevity lifestyle program
- Limit the cognitive decline associated with aging
Dharma Singh Khalsa, M.D., the original voice in the integrative or holistic medical approach to the prevention and treatment of memory loss.
Khalsa, MD, is dedicated to fighting Alzheimer’s disease and finding a cure through research and prevention.
Dr. Khalsa graduated from Creighton University School of Medicine, and received his postgraduate training in anesthesiology at the University of California, where he was chief resident. As chief resident, he conducted highly acclaimed research on anesthesia for cardiac surgery and obstetrical anesthesiology.
He is also a graduate of the University of California, Medical Acupuncture for Physicians Program, and has studied mind/body medicine at Harvard Medical School ‘s Mind/Body Medical Institute.
Dr. Khalsa is board certified in anesthesiology and pain management.
Dr. Khalsa established the first holistic pain program in the Southwestern United States.
He was recruited to become the founding director of the Acupuncture, Stress Medicine, and Chronic Pain Program. He became the first director of acupuncture in an American medical school.
He became the first physician to advocate a lifestyle approach to the prevention and treatment of memory loss, including Alzheimer’s.
Khalsa, MD is among the world’s leading authorities on integrative medicine, and has written extensively on a wide range of health and healing issues.
Dr. Khalsa has been honored as a medical pioneer by the integrative medical establishment, the media, and the public many times over.
Dr. Khalsa has also authored six other books for the general public, as well as several medical textbook chapters, including one for Harvard Medical School and one for the University of Alzheimer’s, Memory Loss, Dementia, Caregiving, Healthy Lifestyle, Mind/Body Medicine, Exercise, Holistic Medicine, Vegetarianism
Dr. Khalsa was invited to testify before the Congress of The United States of America about his pioneering work in the area of lifestyle influence on Alzheimer’s disease, and called on Congress to fund a national education and outreach campaign designed to inform the public of the benefits of an integrative medical approach to Alzheimer’s.
The Surgeon General, Vice Admiral Richard Carmona, M.D., M.P.H. At this meeting, Dr. Carmona stated: “Your work in the field of memory loss should now be considered mainstream.”
Books by Dharma Singh Khalsa, MD