James Jeffrey Bradstreet

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James Jeffrey Bradstreet MD
Buford GA
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Dr Bradstreet obtained his medical degree from the University of South Florida and his residency training at Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center. He is extensively published on the subjects of immunology, toxicology and molecular biology. He is the principal investigator on a controlled transcranial magnetic therapy clinical trial and just published landmark findings on transcranial ultrasound observations. Dr. Bradstreet brings decades of clinical practice and published research in restorative medicine to his work with autism spectrum disorders. His expertise integrates a large body of medical disciplines ranging from: transcranial magnetic therapy, immune dysregulation, stem cell transplantation, hyperbaric oxygen therapies, and heavy metal toxicology. He has a passion for complex disorders where a neuro-immune system interaction creates longstanding dysfunctions such as: autism, ME/CFS, chronic fatigue, closed head injuries, PANDAS and PANS related disorders.
Dr. Bradstreet has been invited to join the faculty of Western University of Health Sciences Faculty for Autism Collaboration and Education (FACE) and is working with the faculty to develop innovative biomedical techniques to restore functionality to individuals with autism spectrum disorders.
He is an invited editor of the prestigious journal, Stem Cells International, and has been a reviewer for numerous medical journals including: PLOS, International Journal of Toxicology, and Autism, an International Journal of Research and Practice. He also serves as faculty for the Medical Academy of Pediatric Special Needs (MAPS) and is a Visiting Professor of Pediatrics at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine.
Dr. Bradstreet is licensed in California, Georgia, Florida and Arizona.