Friday, September 9, 2011

Wisc. doctor to speak on autism

The Crystal Lake chapter of Talk About Curing Autism (TACA) will present Dr. Greg Brown of ARCH Medical Center in Franklin, Wisconsin, as the guest speaker at its September meeting.

Dr. Brown's topic is "Surviving Biomedical Therapies for Autism Spectrum Disorders Without Breaking the Bank"

Juggling diets, supplements, IV treatments, IVIG, educational therapies and the rest of life is taxing under the best of circumstances. Dr. Brown will provide tips and approaches for choosing which battles to fight and which to postpone; what therapies need to be addressed in which individuals and when to avoid the "cure of the week." Dr. Brown will also take a look at those biomedical interventions that can be started before you meet with a practitioner. He'll address how to initiate them safely and effectively and how to make the most of your therapy dollar. He will conclude his presentation with a review some of the newest treatments available. Please bring any and all questions you may have related to biomedical or dietary treatments for our Q&A afterwards.

Gregory L. Brown MD is a Board Certified Internist with 18 years experience in Emergency Medicine. He has received Practitioner and Advanced Practitioner training from "Defeat Autism Now" as well as ACAM instruction and certification in chelation therapy and certification in hyperbaric medicine from UHMS. He currently serves as Medical Director of the ARCH Medical Center in Franklin, Wisconsin, a practice dedicated to the medical treatment of individuals with autism spectrum disorders.

Saturday, Sept. 17, 2011
4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Home State Bank
611 S. Main Street,
Community Meeting Room on basement level
Crystal Lake, IL 60014

Sorry, child care is not available.

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