Biomedical Treatment For Autism

Biomedical treatment for autism: Autism is a very complex and its  incidence is rising worldwide and what was 1 in 1,000  a decade ago is now 1 in 54 according to the CDC (Central Disease Control USA).

 Genetic problems cannot account for this more than 600% rise. The concept of autism being epigenetic is gaining ground.

  • genetic vulnerability in an individual that interacts with environmental factors leading to multileveled disturbances of the underlying biology. 
  • Many biomedical abnormalities have been identified in autism  and 85% to 100% of these children have signs of immune problems, oxidative stress, mitochondrial problems, and environmental toxins.

Sometimes one treatment shows great benefit, but it is more common that each treatment helps a small amount. However, the cumulative effect of multiple treatments can be substantial.

Younger children are the ones most likely to benefit, especially those who had a period of normal development followed by regression, but older children and adults can often benefit as well.

Environmental Factors that interact with the underlying defects

Different Biomedical Treatments

The main philosophy of Biomedical treatment are the following:

  • Avoid what harms
  • casein, gluten, additives, soya, phenols
  • Give what heals
  • Antioxidant
  • Essential Fatty Acids
  • Immunotherapy
  • IVIG
  • Hyperbaric oxygen
  • Treat Underlying problems
  • Detoxification
  • Chelation
  • Correcting Nutritional Deficiencies
  • Vitamins
  • Minerals
  • Omega Fatty Acids
  • Essential Amino Acids
  • Providing a good diet
  • Treating the gut
  • Treating the leaky gut
  • Treating dysbiosis that is the imbalance of normal gut flora
  • Digestive Enzymes
  • Treating constipation
  • Treating reflux and enterocolitis
  • Detoxification
  • Preventing oxidative stress
  • Supporting the Detoxification Pathway
  • Removing toxins
  • Removing EMFs
  • Treating immune dysregulation and inflammation
  • Immune system support
  • Removing Immune triggers
  • Breaking the inflammatory cycle
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