Learn how families, educators, and medical professionals can work collaboratively for individuals with ASD in the midst of competing financial, emotional and time resources. Includes definitions of complementary and alternative therapies. Tips for assessing medical treatment effectiveness across multiple environments.
Dr. Ali Carine is an osteopathic pediatrician in Columbus, Ohio. She provides comprehensive, integrative primary care for children. Her practice provides a medical home to children of all backgrounds, including those with special needs, such as autism.
Dr. Carine’s passion lies in the power that integrative, osteopathic care has in the prevention of many illnesses that plague today’s American children. She is advocating for change in the structure of pediatric primary care that will lead to better health in our population as a whole. She enjoys teaching both students and other physicians through speaking, preceptoring, mentoring and writing.
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