So your child just got diagnosed with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Good work! This may seem like a confusing time, but you’ve achieved the first milestone: You have identified the problem and now work can be done to help your child progress.

But you have other questions and concerns. You have doubts. You have concerns. How much longer can you watch your child suffer? What about the future? You have a nagging feeling that natural medicine can be helpful, but you don’t know where to start.

ABA works! 

ABA stands for Applied Behavior Analysis, a type of therapy based on the foundations of learning and behavior. ABA, speech and language therapy, and occupational therapy work, and are some of the most common treatments for people with ASD.

How naturopathic medicine helps ASD

What about some of the other issues that never get addressed by healthcare providers and their staff? Symptoms like Constipation issues? Erratic sleep patterns? Stomach pains? Picky eaters? Moodiness? Constant cold and runny nose? Fear of crowds? These symptoms may be overlooked or not adequately addressed by single interventions.

If there were quick solutions for these issues, then hundreds of parents would not keep asking me about them. I use naturopathic approaches to understand and treat the whole person. Naturopathic interventions aim to improve the foundations of health, including sleep, nutrition, activity, and digestion.

What are you waiting for? You have a gut feeling that there are natural approaches. Naturopathic medicine can help. Let’s get started! There is hope. Call or email for a call to see how I can help. There is hope.

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