This is taken without permission from the concussion blog. http://theconcussionblog.com/2012/06/20/part-of-recovery-is-a-visual-component/ It talks about a patient I worked with and mentions me as well, so I thought I would share it. Jen Umberg never saw it coming. It was May 23, 2011, during a terrible storm in Cincinnati. Winds were gusting and she was trying to [...]
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Discovery of a treatment for one of the causes of Autism Spectrum Disorder: Creatine transporter deficiency
We have published a paper showing our discovery of a true treatment for ONE of the causes of autism. The type of autism spectrum disorder is the creatine transporter deficiency, where the brain lacks creatine because it cannot be transported into the brain.
There was a lot of junk science packed in colorful marketing schemes with the goal of separating your training room from its money.
Today’s article is co-authored by Dr. J.F. Clark, Professor of Neurology and Dr. O. Choutka, Chief Neurosurgery Resident, University of Cincinnati.
Joseph, Thank you for the explanation, it’s concise while remaining non-medical , exactly the right dosage of information to help folks like me
As a person who has been trying to “help” people for an entire career. Being on the cusp of producing a drug that will drastically improve the lives of numerous patients is humbling and daunting.
If you have a family member or patient with one of the creatine deficiency syndromes, especially the creatine transporter deficiency, please join our facebook group (https://www.facebook.com/?ref=home#!/home.php?sk=group_127389967322193&ap=1) where we will keep people apprised of our latest research and development.
Some of the most experienced researchers concerning creatine and creatine deficiencies are in Cincinnati working hard to treat these patients
When learning and studying new and complicated material, every college student needs plenty of sleep, a healthy diet and a routine including exercise and study.