New Hope for Autism
Autism spectrum disorders affect an increasing number of people. These conditions create tremendous challenges for parents and children alike. Up until now, most treatments have reported limited success. A new research study, published in the Journal of Integrative Medicine, provides new for hope for treating this condition. If someone you loves has autism, this is information you need to know.
Here is a seven minute interview between Dr. Teitelbaum and Dr. Manny Alvarez from HealthTalk on FOX.
This treatment is showing remarkable results. In the peer reviewed clinical study, 85% of the patients treated with NEAT experienced a dramatic increase in functioning. On average, the children experienced a 68% decrease in their ARI-ATEC scores and a 47% decrease in their CARS scores. 77% of the children in the treatment group returned to regular classes with healthy, non-autistic peers, while all of the children in the control group continued to require special education.
- 1 in 88 children born in the U.S. is diagnosed with autism
- Only 56% of teenagers with autism graduate from high school
- The number of cases of autism is increasing by 10-17% per year
- The cost of schooling an autistic child is over three times that of educating a non-autistic child
- 66% of autistic children exhibit symptoms of food and other allergies
To evaluate whether or not your child could be helped by this new treatment, please call 310-473-2020 to schedule a consultation with Dr. Phillips.
Autism Study Results
|Total ARI-ATEC Score||71||±25|
|After 1 Year of NAET Treatment|
|ARI-ATEC – Change in Scores||Mean||Confidence Interval|
|Speech/language/communication||-11.9||(-14.6 to -9.2)|
|Sociability||-11.0||(-13.7 to -8.2)|
|Sensory/cognitive/awareness||-11.3||(-13.8 to -8.8)|
|Health/physical/behavior||-14.0||(-16.9 to -11.2)|
|Total ARI-ATEC Score||-48.2||(-56.3 to -40.2)|
|CARS – Change in Scores||-23.5||(-27.4 to -19.5)|
Dr. Phillips is the leading NAET practitioner in West Los Angeles, with over 2000 patients treated in the last 20 years. To evaluate whether or not your child could be helped by this new treatment, please call 310-473-2020 to schedule a consultation with Dr. Phillips.
Autism Case Studies
“Our daughter was diagnosed with Autism at 3 years old. We did over two years of intensive traditional treatments without success, and I was concerned because the doctors wanted to put her on even more prescription drugs. We chose to work with Dr. Phillips instead, and I’m so grateful, because I feel that she gave us our daughter back. Within 14 treatments, she was off all her prescription drugs. She’s very social now and is able to keep up with her peers. She’s now making plans for what she wants to do when she grows up, and I really believe she can do those things.” – A.W.
“From the very first treatment last April, Maria’s SEIT in preschool was shocked by the improvement in her eye contact. By the summer, the SEIT said that Maria was like a normal kid. We recently have been able to introduce bagels, plain pasta and chocolate back into Maria’s diet and there is no reaction. Maria is now in Kindergarten. She does not have PT or OT anymore. She scored very high on a recent evaluation of her pragmatic speech and social skills. The classroom teacher says that if you walked in during playtime, you would never know her previous diagnosis.” – L.G.
“One year ago, my son Tyler barely spoke. Now he is positively chatty. We owe Tyler’s success not only to traditional therapies but to NAET. At the time of his diagnosis, Tyler flapped, rocked, spun toys, had a fascination for fans, liked to spin, was sensitive to certain textures, liked to stare at lights, and barely spoke. Today, almost all of the autism related behaviors have disappeared. His first sentence came about 4-5 weeks after we started treatments. After 3 months, he no longer needed speech therapy. Some people who know us have a hard time believing he was ever diagnosed on the spectrum. Now, his ABA therapist feels that Tyler does not need ABA anymore. The school district strongly feels that Tyler’s autism diagnosis will be lifted. NAET played a huge role in this.” – T.R.