Successful Autism treatment begins in the Brain

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If you or a loved one lives with autism, you know it can be a complicated and confusing disorder. Although autism’s causes are still under debate, the way its symptoms cause challenges with social skills, speech, and nonverbal communication, and repetitive behaviors is something that many families know all too well — and deal with on a daily basis. 

 

There is hope for families with a loved one with autism. Our clinical team has made considerable headway towards understanding the important mechanisms in the brain that are creating the symptoms in autistic patients, and we have developed an advanced brain-body autism treatment program that can lead to significant improvements in functioning. 

 

The fundamental premise of our program is simple: the brain is not an isolated organ, so, therefore, it should be tested and treated as a system, especially in autistic patients.

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When the brain-body system is addressed properly and holistically during treatment, we can make significant improvements in brain function which then lead to greater personal independence and improved quality of life.

 

Testing and Assessment for ASD:

  • Quantitative EEG (qEEG) “Brain Mapping”
  • Functional Activity Questionnaire (to identify required health testing)
  • Testing Modules – as indicated
  • Consultation with the Doctors on results and proposed treatment(s)

Treatment Options for ASD:

  • Neurofeedback Therapy
  • LORETA Neurofeedback
  • NeuroField Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS)
  • Nexalin Transcranial Electrical Stimulation (TES)
  • Supplements for brain balance and gut health
  • Heavy metals chelation/overall detoxification
  • Counseling and/or life skills Coaching
  • Ongoing consultation and coaching with caregiver(s)

Follow Up for ASD:

  • Follow up testing as indicated
  • Follow up consultations and coaching re: next steps

 

The effects of autism don’t have to control your life. There is hope for an improved quality of life.