Thousand Oaks seminar geared at helping the elderly stay sharp


THOUSAND OAKS — A Thousand Oaks neurologist is presenting a seminar aimed at helping the elderly stay mentally fit and healthy.

Dr. Lorne Label is presenting a seminar entitled “An Integrated Approach to Memory Impairment,” in which he’ll share the latest information about ways seniors can stay mentally sharp and keep the brain active as they age.

The doctor will discuss proper medication, physical fitness, mental fitness, psychological well-being, nutritional health and stress management at a breakfast seminar scheduled for 7:30 a.m. on March 9 at the Hyatt Regency Westlake Village.

The presentation is hosted by Fit 4 The Cause, a Thousand Oaks-based nonprofit organization that provides therapeutic exercise and nutrition education to 1,500 low-income children, at-risk teens and fragile seniors in Ventura, Simi Valley, the Conejo Valley and the San Fernando Valley.
Label is a board-certified neurologist and expert in the treatment of neurological diseases in adults and children, including brain, spinal cord, nerve and muscle disorders.

He has practiced adult and pediatric neurology in the Conejo Valley for more than 30 years and is a past chief of staff at Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center in Thousand Oaks and a board member of Fit 4 The Cause.

Registration is open and is limited to 75 attendees. The cost is $60 per person. To register, visit, or email for any questions regarding registration.