Blog Post Topic: Autism



Natural Mother Magazine!

April 4, 2016

natural mother magazine, april issue

  Does the vaccine controversy make you nervous? Are you uncertain about the pros and cons of vaccinating your child? Check out Dr. Ayelet Connell-Giammatteo's article in the latest issue of Natural Mother Magazine, a digital/online magazine for natural moms, affiliated with the national Holistic Mom's Network. This article discusses… view entire post




Integrative Manual Therapy and Nutritional Wellness for Autism Spectrum Disorder

October 12, 2015

recovery from autism

  Is recovery from Autism possible? This is a common question in many parents’ minds today, along with: what will it take? Autism is a spectrum that includes many different disorders involving behavioral, learning, and socialization deficits. There are many different theories about the underlying causes of Autism Spectrum Disorder.… view entire post




April is National Autism Awareness Month!

April 17, 2015

recovery from autism

  April is Autism Awareness Month! Currently, there is a significant rise in the number of children in our country that are diagnosed with autism. The Centers for Disease Control recently published new statistics listed that 1 in 68 children (1 in 42 boys and 1 in 189 girls) in… view entire post




Cranial Therapy: A Manual Approach for Improved Health

October 1, 2014

Carol Gordon, PT, IMT,C

  Cranial Therapy is a gentle hands-on therapy that can augment the health and regeneration of the nervous system, specifically the brain and spinal cord. It corrects tension patterns in the head and strengthens the cranial rhythm, which can reduce many different symptoms, including headaches and learning challenges as well as behavioral disorders. It can… view entire post




Happy and Healthy Holloween!

September 26, 2014

  “Trick or treat, smell my feet, give me something good to eat!” We all know this poem. It is recited over and over again on the doorsteps of America, by eager costumed children on the eve of Halloween. For as long as we can remember, Halloween has been a… view entire post




Better Food, Better Behavior

September 25, 2014

Nutrition in Our Children’s Schools In a 2004 report on ‘Better Food, Better Behavior’, the Michael Fields Agricultural Institute published a case study on school nutrition. This case study focused on a high school in Appleton, Wisconsin that was failing academically and dealing with high disciplinary issues. Following a complete… view entire post