He walks with a shuffle can't move his lips. He had always been healthy for the 20 years he has worked for me. Now over the past two years, he mumbles his words. His mouth hardly moves when he speaks and he seems a little bent over. He has always eaten very healthy food, exercised, practiced yoga, and never smoked or drank alcohol. His job includes public speaking and client consultations. I'm afraid he may be forced to retire. He is seeing a neurologist next month (the soonest he can get an appointment) He is in the states on a green card and has to go back home for medical care due to cost etc. He is from the UK. The other thing, he has trouble walking into his office which goes from tile in the hallway to carpet in his office with a crack between the carpet & tile. I had heard that this indicates Alzheimer's. Is this true or is it an old wives tale? His local doctor sent him to a neurologist and he is having speech therapy weekly here.