Can Autism Be Treated without Drugs? Featured
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Dr. Robert Melillo
Autism: Treating Without Drugs
World-renowned neurologist and author, Dr. Robert Melillo joins the show to discuss autism; can it be treated without drugs and what is new in the field of treatment for autism.
Dr. Robert Melillo is the author of the book "Disconnected Kids". He is a world-renowned neurologist, professor, and researcher in childhood neurological disorders and founder of the Brain Balance™ Centers across the USA . "Disconnected Kids" shows parents how to use this drug- free approach at home, with customizable exercises for physical, sensory, and academic performance, advice for behavior modification, information on foods to avoid, and a follow-up program for lasting results.
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