I have a mother who was first diagnosed with dementia 2 yes ago…at that time health care professionals described her condition as being moderatly severe…previous to this I had spent years trying to have her formally assessed without luck…only a fall and a rather disturbing visit to the emergency room finally made this assessment happen. I have spent the last ten years caring for her but the last 4 or 5 have been very difficult, for both of us. I like to read about possible bone treatments for dementia, and some rather unorthodox but interesting treatments have been the use of sonar and of stem cell use to regenerate healthy cells. Has anyone read about these treatments…from what I understand ultra sound not only works to help medication cross the blood brain barrier but also is quite effective without the medicine. Has anyone heard if either of these treatments have progressed to human trials, or have garnered initial results? Have issues and obstacles to human trials of these treatments even been overcome?