Alzheimer’s Disease is a complex and challenging health concern which impacts millions of older adults throughout the world. The pathophysiologic nature of this condition is difficult to treat and prevent further decline. Many patients suffer significant brain dysfunction and memory loss resulting from Alzheimer’s Disease; therefore, it is necessary to evaluate this condition from the perspective of a specific case study and the potential pathophysiologic causes of the disease. It is expected that the case study description will address further considerations that impact the patient’s condition and how to optimize treatment methods to manage the disease at a successful level. The following discussion will evaluate a specific case study and will recognize the importance of pathophysiology in the diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease for this patient population.