We interviewed Suzanne Goh MD about mitochondrial dysfunction, which is common in children with seizures and neurodevelopmental disorders such as autism.

The best way to think of mitochondrial dysfunction is like thinking about economics:  supply and demand.

People with mitochondrial dysfunctions can’t supply enough energy to meet their bodies’ demands.

Seemingly typical things to most people can cause an energy drain in those with mitochondrial dysfunction.

Breakthroughs in neurological research have shown the essential role of mitochondria to healthy brain function and development.

Key nutrients to target mitochondrial function can have a positive impact on language, communication, and social ability – from infancy to adulthood.

Watch this webinar to find out more about this subject that might be more common than is currently suspected.

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About Suzanne Goh MD

Suzanne Goh MDDr. Suzanne Goh is a board-certified pediatric behavioral neurologist, a neuroscience researcher, and author.

She has dedicated her career to researching and developing therapies for neurological conditions that impact childhood brain development.

Specializing in the treatment of autism, she is the founder of Cortica, and creator of the Cortica Care Model.

Dr. Goh was born and raised in Toledo, Ohio.

She pursued her undergraduate studies at Harvard University where she received her Bachelors of Arts degree, summa cum laude, in History and Science (1993-1997).

She went on to attend Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar (1997-1999).

In 2004, she graduated from Harvard Medical School, cum laude.

Dr. Goh completed her Pediatrics Internship at Massachusetts General Hospital and her Pediatric Neurology Residency at University of California San Francisco.

You can find out more about her work at her website www.corticacare.com

Disclaimer

This webinar is not a substitute for medical advice, treatment, diagnosis, or consultation with a medical professional. It is intended for general informational purposes only and should not be relied on to make determinations related to treatment of a medical condition. Epidemic Answers has not verified and does not guaranty the accuracy of the information provided in this webinar.

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