Autism Spectrum Disorders
Dr. Wang's program for Autism, Asperger's syndrome and PDD (pervasive developmental disorder) is highly effective with improvements observed in the first month of treatment.
Many parents are learning that autism is treatable and the sooner your child is evaluated and treated the more likely that his or her symptoms are reversible. Dr. Wang has treated Autism spectrum children for the past decade with stellar results in many children. Keys to successful reversal of autism symptoms include:
- Early testing and evaluation of food sensitivities, yeast overgrowth and heavy metal load.
- NAET treatments for food allergies, chemical intolerances and organ rebalancing.
- Optimal evaluation time is under 5 years of age while the nervous system is still malleable.
- Evaluation of vitamin, mineral and other nutrient levels.
- Enhance detoxification avenues such as liver, kidneys, colon.
- Repair the digestive system to prevent further problems with absorption and digestion
- Balancing brain chemicals
The program that Dr. Wang has developed uses a blend of the following treatment modalities:
Treatments for Autism
- Dietary changes to eliminate casein and gluten
- Heavy metal testing and chelation
- Healing and recovering imbalances in the digestive system
- Vitamin & mineral balancing
- Treatments for gut dysbiosis and yeast
- Biotherapeutic Drainage & Detoxification
- Brain Protocol with Drainage
- Essential Fatty acid balancing
- Amino & Organic Acid testing
- Homeopathic Remedies
- Food sensitivity identification and elimination
- NAET Allergy elimination
Improvements Made With Treatment
Parents and patients should expect the following results to be observed during the course of treatment:
- Improved eye-contact
- Increased articulation of words
- Improved communication and response to verbal cues
- Decreased emotional fits of anger and aggression
- Improved attention span
- Increased concentration
- Increased impulse control
- Improved relations to others
- Improvement is expected by all patients, but rate of improvement depends on the extent of the dysfunction.
Early Indications of Autism
If your child does none of these things by age 18 months, then they may be at risk of developing Autism later on:
Does your child ever use his/her index finger to point, to indicate interest in something? (Pointing at an object in order to direct another person's attention to it--not to obtain the item, but simply to share an interest in it.)
Does your child ever turn to look in the same direction as an adult is looking?
Does your child ever pretend, for example, to make a cup of tea using a toy cup and teapot or pretend other things?
A 1995 study completed in England which screened 16,000 children for autism at 18 months found that children who failed the preceding 3 items were at high risk for being diagnosed autistic at a later time.
In the study 12 children failed all 3 items and 10 were later diagnosed as autistic at 3.5 years of age.