Dr. Phillip C. DeMio, MD - Treating Autism:Effective Biomedical Interventions
Dr. Phillip C. DeMio, MD, Board member and Chief Medical Officer for US Autism & Asperger Association, presented at the USAAA 2016 Annual World Conference in Louisville, Kentucky August 19, 2016.
watch the VIDEO...
Phillip C. DeMio, MD is board-certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine. He received his M.D. from the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine with honors in Neurosurgery, Endocrinology/Metabolism, Advanced OB/GYN, and Advanced Internal Medicine. Dr. DeMio has been a faculty member at several teaching hospitals including Case Western University School of Medicine and the Cleveland Clinic Foundation. He is accredited by the Teaching System of U.S. Armed Forces Medical Core and his career includes an emphasis on toxicology.
Dr. DeMio is the Medical Director for the Whole Health and Wellness Centers located in Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio. His practice focuses on the diagnosis and treatment for individuals with autism, Asperger Syndrome and related disorders. In addition to his practice, Dr. DeMio is an ER Physician at Case Western Reserve University Hospitals. Dr. DeMio is board-certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine. Dr. DeMio is a father of a child with autism. Dr. DeMio is a Board member and the Chief Medical Officer for the US Autism & Asperger Association and was appointed to this position in 2008. Dr. DeMio is the Executive Director for the American Medical Autism Board.
"Our kids just want two things - just to feel good and to be happy. He doesn't feel good and he is not happy. And he is sick. Nobody's abdomen should be that big. I've seen that ignored in autistic persons by the specialists who is supposed to take care of that and then after twenty doctors they come to us."
"For kids that don't break it down [ground up flour] and they have the leaky gut, the digestive track doesn't filter things out properly, they can have seizures and mood and behavioral issues."
In this section, you will find the USAAA WeeklyNews e-mail newsletter archive. Over ten years of information is available. learn MORE...