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Stereotypical Thinking About Autism is Wrong (Here’s What to Do Instead)

It’s no secret that autism rates have skyrocketed. Today an estimated that 1 in every 54 boys and 1 per 68 children (CDC, 2014) is diagnosed with Autism. This is an increase of over 30% from the 2008 CDC report!

Parents remain frustrated with therapies that aren’t working or are being told that nothing more can be done except for painful, barely effective behavioral and occupational therapy techniques.

Is this you?

If so, you’re not alone.

Most parents are not properly armed with the information they need to combat autism.  They are merely given referrals for behavioral and occupational therapy and prescribed medical treatments without proper diagnostic testing and without concern for the underlying causes of autism.

Over the past several years, dramatic scientific discoveries have turned conventional thinking about autism on its head. New research shows that Autism is a physiological issue that affects the brain (as opposed to a genetic or brain disorder). Only until we uncover the specific underlying causes of autism can we begin to successfully care for a child. Uncovering underlying causes is not easy, but addressing autism as a functional disorder that affects the brain provides options that lead to remarkable–if not miraculous–recovery. New research is proving that new approaches in caring for children with Autism is leading to significantly better outcomes in children.

With this science and research, Dr. Amber Brooks, DC, RN, CACCP, Clinic Director of Whole Child Wellness, developed a comprehensive model and approach to uncovering ROOT causes of Autism and a program that has led to dramatic improvements in children over time including:

  • Return of language skills

  • Increased connectivity and interactivity with others

  • Improvements in cognition, critical thinking and sensory problems

  • Behavioral improvements and decrease in anxiety

This approach to Autism includes:

  • Comprehensive diagnostic testing that will give insight into each individual case and help uncover underlying causes.

  • Reduce stress and calm the brain by decreasing inflammation and healing the gut to eliminate interference between the gut and brain.

  • Finding and eliminating food intolerances to reduce symptoms of autism.

  • Replenishing of nutrients to support genetic weaknesses.

Could this approach to Autism care be what you’ve been looking for this whole time? 

Could this approach transform the lives of you, your child and your family?

Dr. Brooks offeres a Complimentary 20-minute PHONE CONSULTATION so you can find out if this approach is right for you.

Limited appointment slots are available. Call (469) 547-1173 today to schedule.

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Dr. Amber Brooks- Autism & Special Needs

Dr. Amber Brooks FNP, CACCP, BCIP, DC is a pediatric expert bridging alternative and traditional

medicine by providing individualized and comprehensive approaches to pediatric wellness. Her experience is unique, as she is Board Certified in Integrative Pediatrics, Board Certified as a Pediatric Chiropractor, a Family Nurse Practitioner and Craniosacral Therapist.

Dr. Amber Brooks FNP, CACCP, BCIP,

Dr. Brooks FNP, CACCP, BCIP, DC has been extremely successful in assisting her patients in achieving optimal health and wellness by using the best integrative methods to help support their growing bodies. She provides traditional and alternative medicine for maximal health. Dr. Brooks has developed specialized methods to answer today's biggest pediatric health problems including allergies, constipation, chronic ear infections, birth trauma, developmental delays, digestive problems, Autism, ADD/ADHD, MTHFR, nutritional, and behavioral problems.

Dr. Amber Brooks FNP, CACCP, BCIP, DC has extensive experience solving complex pediatric and unique perspective of diagnosing the problem rather than treating the symptoms has led to 

remarkable results worldwide. Parents praise her current, yet practical, guidance to what a child is struggling with and tools to help the family improve their child's future health.

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