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rfa-bio-medicaBiomedical treatments may include pharmaceuticals, but most often biomedical treatments for autism are based on the Defeat Autism Now! (DAN!) or Autism Research Institute approach to autism therapy. Doctors trained in the DAN! "protocol" prescribe special diets, supplements, and alternative treatments. None of these treatments have been approved by the FDA or CDC, but there are many anecdotal stories of positive outcomes.
If you consult a DAN! practitioner, be sure he is a board certified medical doctor. You might also want to take a quick look at this list of doctors

 

Some of the most popular biomedical therapies that you may find it useful are:

  • Allergy Desensitization
  • Allergy-Like Symptoms, Blood-Brain Barrier Disruption, and Brain Inflammation
  • Antiepileptic Treatments
  • Antifungal Treatment
  • Biofilm Protocol
  • Chelation: Removal of Toxic Metals
  • Craniosacral and Chiropractic Therapy: A New Biomedical Approach to ASD
  • Elevated Male Hormones
  • Enzymes for Digestive Support in Autism
  • Enzymes Complement Therapeutic Diets
  • Gastrointestinal Disease
  • Helminthic Therapy and Immune Abnormalities
  • Homeopathy-The Houston Homeopathy Method
  • Homotoxicology and Beyond
  • Intestine, Leaky Gut, and Autism
  • Intravenous Immunoglobulin (IVIG)
  • Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN)
  • Melatonin Therapy for Sleep Disorders
  • Mitochondrial Dysfunction and its Treatment
  • Nutrigenomics and Optimizing Supplement Choices
  • The Microbiome/Biome and Cysteine Deficiency in Autism Spectrum Disorder: the Implications for Glutathione and Defensins in the Gut-Brain Connection
  • Nutritional Supplementation
  • Methyl-BIZ

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