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,
These increased or decreased function patterns usually indicate comorbidity (other things occurring at the same time) factors that complicate the clinical management of the individual on the Spectrum.