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Let’s talk mitochondria Posted by sonya on June 22, 2010 · Leave a Comment Since the Hannah Poling case, the subject of autism and mitochondrial dysfunction has been the focus of much attention and research.  This includes the CDC and NIH who are currently investigating the role of vaccinations in mitochondrial dysfunction and autism. Mitochondria are the body’s “powerhouse” organelles.  ... Read More

News Letter

Chiropractic Care for ADHD By Dr. Rebecca Patterson, D.C. It wasn’t too long ago that we thought that ADHD was limited to a condition of childhood. Fortunately, we now know that ADHD manifests itself throughout our life and doesn’t ‘turn off’ when we turn 18.  It stands to reason that we can benefit from care throughout our life. We shouldn’t stop treating ADHD when a child becomes an ... Read More

Heavy Metals

Ground-Breaking Monkey Study: Mercury-Containing Hepatitis B Vaccine Causes Brain Damage SafeMinds calls for moratorium on use of mercury-containing H1N1and seasonal influenza vaccine September 30, 2009 – A study published today in Neurotoxicology, the leading scientific journal in its field, discovered brain damage in newborn monkeys given the Hepatitis B vaccine containing the mercury ... Read More


What we know is true The interplay between autism spectrum disorder, genetics and environmental toxicity has been the subject of research for many years.  Recently some incredible and disturbing research findings are proving what many have long suspected.  One of the key reasons for the dramatic rise in autism rates in the last 15-20 years can be attributed to environmental ... Read More

Biomedical Treatments

Children with a diagnosis or suspected diagnosis of: Autism Spectrum Disorder PDD / PDD-NOS Asperger’s Syndrome AD/HD,  ADD,  AD/HD LDs including dyslexia Apraxia and Dyspraxia Childhood Disintegrative Disorder Fragile X, ACC, Rett Syndrome Global Developmental Delay Speech language delay Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Tourette syndrome Anxiety and Mood disorders Do you have more questions ... Read More