Hope for Tomorrow: How Biomedical Treatments May Help Children with Developmental Disorders

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an Ask the Experts presentation with Amy McKenzie, MD
April 24, 2013

Hope for Tomorrow: How Biomedical Treatments May Help Children with Developmental Disorders

How complex interactions between genetics and environment can help optimize learning.

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Hope for Tomorrow: How Biomedical Treatments May Help Children with Developmental Disorders Looking at how complex interactions between genetics and environment can help optimize learning.

Amy McKenzie, MD, Spectrum Wellness Center
Through significant research of biomedical treatments, and an unrelenting desire to find those treatments that would help her son become his best, Dr. McKenzie has developed a wide breadth of knowledge (and very practical experience!) on biomedical treatments including: specialized diets, methyl B-12 therapy, supplements, HBOT (hyperbaric oxygen therapy), chelation, and more.

  • Specialized diets and their impact on your child's ability to focus.
  • Nutritional deficiencies and their contribution to difficulties in learning.
  • Overcoming certain genetic mutations with nutritional supplementation.
  • How environmental stressors and toxins impact our children.
  • New research is connecting the dots between behavior and physiology.

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