How Homeopathic Therapy Helps with Autism

Autism Awareness Month
Autism Awareness Month
April 6, 2017
Social Skills Journal
April 25, 2017

Autism is a serious condition with no known cure, but a lack of antidote does not indicate a deficit in treatment and alleviation options. There are many forms of behavioral and family therapies that work to diminish symptoms and improve the quality of life of those affected by autism spectrum disorder (ASD). In addition, homeopathic therapies have been shown to provide relief and have long-lasting healing effects on autistic patients. Here, Innovative Speech Language Pathology in Los Angeles describes how homeopathic therapy can provide comfort to those with ASD.

How is Homeopathy an Effective Intervention?

Certain chronic health problems are often associated with autism, including anxiety, sleep disorders, gastrointestinal issues and even epilepsy. Homeopathic remedies for autism aim to target the immune system and relieve the body of toxins to promote health and well-being. This detox approach is implemented to reverse the previous damage to the body’s healing capabilities that may have been caused by overprescribed pharmaceuticals, such as antibiotics and steroids, that suppress the immune system. Homeopaths work with families to get to the root of underlying issues that autistic patients may find difficult to communicate.

Targeting Latent Wounds with Homeopathic Therapies

A homeopath’s work revolves around finding the primary causes of the problem, not merely treating the symptoms. Homeopaths believe that vaccine damage, past traumas and modern medicine all have the potential to contribute to autism. Patients or their representative family members are asked for their complete medical history before their therapists develop a treatment plan. To alleviate the pain and distress associated with autism spectrum disorder, a thorough and detailed approach to treatment must be taken. These therapies are most effective if started from the ground up to slowly and steadily reverse prior damage. No stone is left unturned in targeting the origin of the patient’s disorder.

If you and your family are ready to take the next step in treatment therapy, call Innovative Speech Language Pathology at (310) 659-9511. Discovering how to communicate is the first step toward finding the therapy that works for your family. Disruptive behaviors can be curbed and greater independence achieved through tailor-made treatments.