Children with medical issues need and deserve treatment. Most children diagnosed with autism suffer digestive, sleep problems and often pain. Treating these medical concerns is every child’s human right.
The biomedical approach to autism is a system approach to optimize systems and functions in the body.
The medical aspects of autism include but are not limited to:
- Immune system
- Digestive health
Biomedical treatment is not a “quick fix” and this is an ongoing process. Those who undergo long term biomedical treatment generally experience high levels of success.
One of the reasons biomedical treatment is so successful is that treatment is individualized.
Treatment will improve their quality of life and may open up opportunities for improved communication, social interaction and learning.
Base camp for biomedical treatment must be changes in diet that optimize your child’s microbiome. Dietary intervention is a crucial part of biomedical treatment success
Autism has its roots in inflammation and immune dysregulation. The analogy I like to use for biomedical treatment is “being hit by a bus”. You can recover from “being hit by a bus” but you have to identify what parts of the body were hurt, how to repair them and then begin the road to recovery. Biomedical treatment is “rehabilitation” for the cells and tissues traumatized by weaknesses in a child’s body in addition to inflammation, immune dysregulation and environmental toxins that are the “bus” that caused the problems to begin with.
Autism treatment has the ability to change children’s lives