Memory is a designation for a complex of cognitive abilities and higher mental functions related to the accumulation, preservation and reproduction of knowledge, skills and abilities. Memory in different forms and types is inherent in all higher animals.
A significant factor in the development and formation of the scientific concept and activities of the Mentis project is extensive international communication and interaction with leading scientists from universities in the USA, Great Britain, China, France, Spain, etc. The exchange of experience through foreign internships, the organization of scientific conferences and forums made it possible to collect the best practices, contributing to the formation of a modern concept of human knowledge and love of humanity.
Inspiration and implementation
Many years of successful experience in scientific and practical activities are not possible without creativity and inspiration. This includes the possibility of developing and using new modern interdisciplinary technologies for helping and supporting the patient’s cognitive health. In our work, our team uses an interdisciplinary approach to achieve practical goals.

The main principles of our work are: care, development, compliance.
In our work, we use a complex of methods: clinical, psychological, neuropsychological and hardware technologies for the diagnosis and rehabilitation of the brain. To achieve our goal, we have a multidisciplinary team. These are doctors, clinical psychologists, rehabilitation specialists.

To improve our work with patients, we have created digital tools for diagnosing and monitoring cognitive neurorehabilitation. This significantly improves our work in supporting our patients.
At this stage, we use hardware technologies for neuropsychological rehabilitation of cognitive impairment.

We assess dynamic changes in the neurometabolism of the cerebral cortex (neuroenergy mapping (NEC)), and use fMRI diagnostics of the state of the brain.
The data obtained reflect the individual characteristics of the patient’s brain activity. This allows you to develop individual programs for neuropsychological correction and rehabilitation. In individual lessons we use a course of cognitive training using clinical bioacoustic correction (BAC) methods, bioacoustic correction (BAC), etc.

To achieve the best result of cognitive neurorehabilitation, we use individual and group forms of working with patients.

We strive to help our patient and his family become happy.

Our achievements. Patents and inventions:

  1. A method for color correction of neurometabolism disorders of the cerebral cortex.
  2. A method for the prevention of cognitive impairment in patients with cerebral infarction through the use of hypoxic-hypercapnic breathing training.
  3. A method for neurocorrection of mild cognitive impairment in elderly people.
Mental health
Mental health is defined by the World Health Organization as a state of well-being in which a person can realize his or her own potential, cope with the normal stresses of life, work productively, and contribute to the community.
In this positive sense, mental health is the foundation of well-being and effective functioning for the individual and for the community.
Cognitive health
Cognitive health is a state of well-being in the cognitive sphere, determined by genetic, psychological, social and environmental factors in accordance with age, a component of a person’s mental health.

Human cognitive functions are the ability to understand, cognize, study, realize, perceive and process (memorize, transmit, use) external information. This is a function of the central nervous system - higher nervous activity, without which a person’s personality is lost.
Mild cognitive impairment
Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is characterized mainly by complaints of memory loss, especially when it is necessary to remember a large amount of information. They are based on pathological changes in the brain, but these changes do not yet have an impact on a person’s social, professional and everyday activities.
Dementia is a term that describes several diseases that have a negative impact on memory, thinking and the ability to perform daily activities. Dementia progresses over the time. It mainly affects older people, but not all people develop dementia as they age.
Alzheimer's disease
Alzheimer's disease is the most common type of dementia, a condition in which the brain no longer functions properly. Alzheimer's disease causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior.
A stroke
A stroke is a sudden disruption of the normal blood supply to the brain. Based on the nature of the disorders, there are two main types of stroke: ischemic (often called cerebral infarction) and hemorrhagic (including subarachnoid hemorrhage).
Neuropsychological correction (neurocorrection) is a set of special psychological techniques that are aimed at restructuring impaired brain functions and creating compensatory means so that the child can subsequently learn independently and control his behavior.
Neurorehabilitation is a complex medical and psychological process aimed at restoring injury to the nervous system and minimizing and/or compensating for any resulting functional changes.
Over time, our brains become less efficient, which is why it's important to keep your mind sharp. After a certain age, it is recommended to undergo neuropsychological testing, both to assess the general state of cognitive abilities and to identify the possible presence of cognitive symptoms and complaints associated with cognitive impairment. Important: This comprehensive cognitive test is recommended to be used in addition to professional diagnostics, and not as a replacement for it.