Concepts and Tools for Helping our Non-responders/Tough Nuts

Dr. Usman will review key protocols and interventions that have made the biggest difference in her 15-year career of helping families on the spectrum. She will discuss the role of genomic testing and provide insight into the interpretation of some key polymorphisms. The concept of redox signaling will be shared as well as some new insights into an important transciption factor called NRF2 that is involved in inflammation, oxidation, and detoxification.

Anju Usman, MD, FAAFP, FMAPS, ABIHM, Hom-C

Dr. Anju Usman is director of True Health Medical Center in Naperville, Illinois. She specializes in biomedical interventions for children with ADD, autism, and related disorders. She has been involved in research regarding copper/zinc imbalances, biofilm related infections, and hyperbaric oxygen therapy. She serves on the boards for ASI, TACA, and Generation Rescue. She is board certified in family practice and in integrative and holistic medicine.

Julie Logan, DC

Julie Logan, DC, practices in Wheaton, IL, and with Dr. Anju Usman at True Health Medical Center in Naperville, IL. She is MAPS-trained and works with children with the symptoms of autism, ADD/HD, PANDAS/PANS, food sensitivities, methylation defects, GI issues, and environmental illnesses.