Nicholas Hundey, the director and founder of MindWhale Clinic in Salt Lake City, Utah recently attended the MEDMAPS (Medical Academy of Pediatric Special Needs) 2016 Fall Educational Forum September 8-10, 2016. This conference attended by leading medical professionals in the field of pediatrics from around the world, including medical doctors, nurses, pharmacists, certified nutritionists, and biochemists.
The three-day conference training was aimed at training participants in Functional & Translational Medicine in the field of neurodevelopmental disorders and special needs children. Participants learned about modern and innovative biomedical treatment options for children with special needs, especially for children on the spectrum or struggling with ADD/ADHD.
Nicholas hopes that more people will be able to learn about these science-based and effective treatments for autism and other brain health concerns. He is “impressed with the grounding in science and care for these individuals and their families. I am excited to improve the health of these individuals through these approaches and bring back happiness and ease to the lives of my patients.”
Some of the topics covered at the recent MEDMAPS conference include assessing and addressing problems with the following issues in individuals on the spectrum:
*Heavy metals and chelation
*Blood brain barrier
And a lot more.
If you want to learn more about MEDMAPS, you can see their website at http://www.medmaps.org/about-us/