We interviewed Norm Schwartz MD about autism, environment, subtypes and remissions. You can sign up for the replay below:
We all hear about “autism awareness” these days, but what about autism recovery?
And what about so many kids these days on Ritalin, other stimulants or even anti-depressants?
Although you aren’t likely to hear it from your child’s pediatrician, psychiatrist, neurologist or therapists, recovery from autism and ADHD is possible if you’re working with an integrative, functional-medicine doctor or naturopath who looks for the root causes of these disorders, such as Norm Schwartz MD.
Everyone who signs up will receive a free ebook from Dr. Schwartz, “You Are Your Child’s Hero”, a guide for understanding the autism epidemic, recovering children from and preventing autism.
Norm Schwartz MD is an integrative medicine specialist with over thirty years experience in treating complex chronic health problems.
Formerly medical director of Integrative Medicine for Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare in Milwaukee, Wisconsin he is now in private practice.
He uses a multidisciplinary approach, combining the art and science of medicine to prescribe individualized natural therapies, including: lifestyle changes, mind-body interventions, detoxification, nutritional and herbal remedies, hormonal and environmental assessments to treat the fundamental causes of chronic illness.
This first line, proactive, low risk, high gain approach is helpful in a wide range of chronic illness-fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, hormonal imbalance, gastro-intestinal disorders, chemical sensitivity, autoimmune disease, heart disease, and cancer.
He has a special interest in helping individuals and families who are dealing with ADHD and autism spectrum disorders.
Dr. Schwartz is also a member of the Medical Advisory Board of Epidemic Answers’ Documenting Hope Project.
Dr. Schwartz put together the recent Autism Intensive Summit, an online interview series of experts in the field of autism recovery, which you can find at www.TheAutismIntensive.com
Date & Time
- Thursday, February 25, 2016 1:00 pm