Genetics and Immunomodulation

Join Dr. Kendra Becker-Musante to take a look at the immune system and its role in many aspects of a human body. Genetics play a large role in how our systems react to foreign invaders, or worse create reactions to "self." Individuals affected by autism spectrum disorders by and large have a misdirected immunologic responses. Understanding the intricacies of the immune system, the genetics that predispose reactions and the environmental modulators that trigger an imbalance, targeted healing and recovery can happen. Without addressing immune system aberrancies and methylation challenges recovery can take much longer. 

Kendra Becker-Musante, BSN, MS ND, APRN


Dr. Kendra Becker-Musante is an integrated physician practicing in for over 10 years; She is Connecticut’s “4A Specialist” (asthma, autism, allergies, atopy/eczema). She holds an ND degree and MS, APRN . She is board certified in both areas. Her specialties include MTHFR, fertility and treatment of “the 4As” (asthma, autism, allergies, atopy/eczema). Dr. Becker focuses on primarily treating the pediatric population and their parents. Dr. Becker is adjunct Faculty at 2 prominent universities, where she teaches concussion education to physicians and precepts student Doctors and Nurse Practitioners. Dr Becker lectures all over the country on topics such as autism, the immune system, MTHFR & genetic mutations that have health implications and “Keeping Healing in the Home” Dr Becker is the author of “A Delicious Way to Heal the Gut” and is planning for a second book to be published in early 2018.