Making a Plan: Applying Biomedical Interventions in the Clinical Setting
Patients with ASDs can be extremely complex. Patients often have an overwhelming amount of medical issues and their families are under enormous emotional and financial stress. Clinicians now have the benefit of a large amount of research and treatment options available, but this can make prioritizing treatments into a practical plan challenging. Using the literature and patient histories, this talk will go through techniques clinicians can use to integrate clinical findings into a treatment plan for the patient and family.
Kyle Van Dyke recieved his MD from the University of Chicago and completed his redsidency in Family Medicine at the University of Virginia. He is board certified in Family Medicine. He became involved in autism after the diagnosis of his son 7 years ago. His interests include clinical interventions, mitochondria, and hyperbaric therapy.