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Austim is Treatable!

 
 

When Behavior Modification, Educational Modification, Psychological Counseling, Pharmaceutical Drugs are on the main stream of treating the Autism children, practioners and consumbers are looking for natural means to control this disorder. Out of necessary, many alternative therapies have been developed and are available for the autistic children today that produce inner calmness and serrenity without the usage of drugs. Some of these commonely used therapies are give below:

Behavior modification in conjunction with:

  • Vitamin-Mineral Therapy.
  • Amino-Acid Therapy.
  • Fatty Acid Therapy.
  • Various Detoxification Program to remove toxins and parasites.
  • Herb Supplementation Program, Biofeedback, and Living in a chemical-free environment.
  • Diet Managemetn (removing sugar, artifical sweeteners, corn, gluten, milk, dairy products, yeast, food additives, food colors, and carbonated water from the diet entirely)
  • Providing Regular Chiropractic and Acupuncture or Acupressue Treatment.
  • Regular Therapeutic Massages and Saunas.
  • Encourageing Yoga and Meditation Practices.
  • Magnetic Therapy.
  • Engaging in Regular Sports and Excise Programs.

Through Various studies, clinic trials and case reports. NAET has proven to be the most effective alternative therapy to reduce or eliminate autism by eliminating the causes of autism permanently. In most cases, the causes were their undiagnosed allergies to food and environmental factors.

Please read the Autism Studies:

New Study: Treating Autism with NAET

A new research study titled "Improving Communication Skills in Children With Allergy-related Autism Using Nambudripad's Allergy Elimination Techniques: A Pilot Study" was recently published in Integrative Medicine — A Clinician's Journal. Funded by The Teitelbaum Family Foundation and involving 60 autistic children, the study shows the efficacy of NAET as a treatment for autism.

"Improving Communication Skills in Children With Allergy-related Autism Using Nambudripad's Allergy Elimination Techniques: A Pilot Study"

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About Dr. Lu

Dr. Lu  completed his medical education and training in China. (The Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences and Shandong University Medical College respectively) Over 20 years clinic and research experiences in both medical school and hospital, Dr. Lu learned both West Medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine including modern medical technology, acupuncture, medicinal herbs, and specializing in neurology. After years practice and accomplishments in China, Dr. Lu was invited as a visiting  assistant professor at the University of South Carolina, School of Medicine in 1991. After excellent achievements in research program funded by NIH and NSF, Dr. Lu decided to become a Chiropractic Doctor in order to introduce the Traditional Chinese Medicine to theWestern culture. Obtained Doctor Degree of Chiropractic from Parker College of Chiropractic, Dr. Lu became a licensed Doctor of Chiropractic and board certified Acupuncturist and began his practice in Dallas Texas since then. In 2007 Dr. Lu was voted the best acupuncturist in City of Richardson by Living Magazine.
 

 

Dr. Lu Acu

Doctor of Chiropractic
Board Certified Acupuncturist
M.D. in China
Over 20 years of Clinic Experience
Member of American Chiropractic Association

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