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US Autism & Asperger Association 9th Annual World Conference

Dr. Theodore Henderson of Neuro-Luminance will be presenting at the United States Autism and Asperger Association (USAAA) meeting this month. The USAAA meeting held in Kansas City, Missouri from September 4-7, 2014 is designed for persons with autism, their families and their clinicians. Dr. Henderson will be speaking on the psychopharmacology of comorbid conditions associated with autism. He will be integrating neuroimaging, sophisticated pharmacology, and a deep understanding of how the brain functions. In addition, he will be featured on professional panels on many aspects...

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Video – Reframing Expectations about Treating the Symptoms of Autism

This is Dr. Uszler speaking at the US Autism and Asperger’s Association meeting in Salt Lake in August 2013 explaining the utilization and effectiveness of SPECT brain imaging to help those Individuals on the Autism Spectrum. SPECT brain function imaging observes the areas in the brain that have atypical function, whether it is under active or overactive function.  Rather than using only external behavior manifestations to ‘guesstimate’ at therapy choices, Neuro-Luminance uses this information to guide specific therapy choices,...

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Sports related concussion in adolescence

For several years, there has been increasing concern about concussion-related short-term and long-term brain injury in professional sports. This has generated interest and concern about concussion in non-professional sports activities.

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Treating depression with St. John’s wort

There is not a consensus in the studies of St. John’s wort for depression. The majority studies have shown a benefit for mild depression. Some recent studies have shown it has no benefit. Overall, it must be recalled that St. John’s wort is only recommended and shown to be helpful in mild depression.

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