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Autism Spectrum Disorders: An Integrated Approach
Autism is a complex neurobehavioral disorder that includes impairments in social interaction and developmental language and communication skills, and rigid, repetitive behaviors. It ranges in severity from a handicap that limits an otherwise normal life to a devastating disability that may require institutional care.
Children with autism have trouble communicating. They have trouble understanding what other people think and feel. This makes it very hard for them to express themselves either with words or through gestures, facial expressions, and touch.
A child with autism who is very sensitive may be greatly troubled — sometimes even pained — by sounds, touches, smells, or sights that seem normal to others.
Children who are autistic may have repeated body movements such as rocking or hand flapping. They may have unusual responses to people, attachments to objects, resistance to change in their routines, and/or aggressive or self-injurious behavior. At times they may seem not to notice people, objects, or activities in their surroundings. Some children with autism may also develop seizures, in some cases not until adolescence.
Many people with autism are mentally challenged. In contrast to mental retardation alone, which is characterized by relatively even skill development, people with autism show uneven skill development. They may have problems in certain areas, especially the ability to communicate and relate to others. But they may have unusually developed skills in other areas, such as drawing, creating music, solving math problems, or memorizing facts. For this reason, they may test higher — perhaps even in the average or above-average range — on nonverbal intelligence tests.
Dr. Bock gave an insightful lecture on autism and the different areas that play a part in its diagnosis and treatment. Autism can occur as a result of various factors: genetics, neuro/immunotoxicologic factors, metals, xenobiotics (like pesticides), abnormal liver function, nutritional deficiency, gastrointestinal abnormalities and a viral infection or auto-immunity. Each of these factors is equally important in the treatment of autism.
The immune system is an important aspect of bringing balance to the body, and specifically, to someone who has autism. Transfer factors can be very effective because they have been shown to both boost and suppress the immune system. Dr. Bock recently conducted an important study on the use of transfer factors with children who have Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Transfer Factors Study with Autistic Children By Bock M.D.
average age: 5.07
These children were given three capsules containing transfer factors, three times daily, for three months. Each patient was assessed prior to the treatment, six weeks into the study, and at the completion of the three-month study. Dr. Bock used the Gilliam Autism Rating Scale for evaluation purposes. This method applies different scores based on: stereotyped “autistic” behaviors, communication, social interaction and developmental markers. These scores are then added together to determine an autism quotient. The higher the autism quotient is, the higher the degree of autism in the patient.
At the end of the three-month study, seven out of the nine autistic children had at least some improvement. Specifically, these improvements included:
Although this study was small, Dr. Bock believes its results are very promising. He has included products with transfer factors as part of his treatment protocol and is excited about its possibilities for boosting the immune system in patients with autism as well as many other conditions he encounters on a daily basis.
Dr. Bock is a physician who is renowned for his integrated approach to health and wellness. For the past 17 years he has integrated alternative modalities with conventional medicine into what he calls Progressive Medicine.