Posts Tagged ‘hyperbaric chamber’

MAPS Fall Conference 2013 – Day 3

MAPS Fall Conference 2013 – Day 3

Saturday Allergies in Special Needs Children Dr. Jeffrey Bradstreet – Introduction to Allergies in Special Needs Children With a less-than-healthy intestine, there is loss of tight cellular junctions, allowing toxins and food proteins to be exposed to blood,...
MAPS Spring 2013 Conference

MAPS Spring 2013 Conference

This past weekend marked the third Medical Academy of Pediatric Special Needs Conference, which was held in Costa Mesa, CA. I have made sure to attend every one. This time, I had the added challenge of traveling on my damaged and recently repaired left foot. But,...
Where to Start when Autism is Diagnosed

Where to Start when Autism is Diagnosed

The first challenge that parents encounter when faced with a child who may not be developing in a typical fashion is getting a correct diagnosis. One doctor says “PDD-NOS,” another claims “Just a speech delay and some ADHD,” and yet another...
Stem Cell Therapy for Autism – Final Word

Stem Cell Therapy for Autism – Final Word

This has been a pretty exhaustive series of posts exploring and explaining the most recent developments in stem cell therapy as they pertain to ASD. These blogs are meant for parents who are considering the procedure (wiki isn’t helping entirely, right?), but...
Chelation Therapy as an Autism Treatment

Chelation Therapy as an Autism Treatment

When asked about my unique practice, questions #3 or #4 involve: the “removal of heavy metals” and HBOT, and I have recently posted regarding the latter. According to the Autism Research Institute’s Parent Ratings of Behavioral Effects of Biomedical...