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Dr. Rossignol speaks on HBOT for Neurological Conditions

Jan
28
Date:Jan. 28, 2012
Time:7:00pm - 9:00pm
Location: Irvine
CA
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Dr. Rossignol speaks on Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for Neurological Conditions

Don't miss an opportunity to hear this new presentation by Dr. Rossignol for parents already familiar with biomedical interventions used in autism. This is our seventh presentation in our "Advanced Biomedical Education" series.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for Neurological Conditions

HBOT  research outcomes are very promising for various conditions such as Autism, CP, Stroke, MS,  Mitochondrial Disease, Chronic Fatigue, Lyme Disease and other neurological conditions.  Dr. Rossignol, along with patients who are winning the battle with these conditions will discuss this critical therapy.

Dan Rossignol MD FAAFP

To see the latest published studies by Dr. Rossignol, visit www.danrossignolmd.com.

Co-author/author of Mitochondrial Dysfunction in Autism Spectrum Disorders, Folate Autism Receptor Autoimmunity in Autism Spectrum Disorders.

Dr. Rossignol received his Doctorate of Medicine at the Medical College of Virginia and completed his residency in family medicine at the University of Virginia. He is currently a physician at ICDRC in Melbourne, FL.

Coming from an academic background, Dr. Rossignol searched the medical literature looking for a solution after both of his children were diagnosed with autism. Finding no obvious solution, he made it his mission to research and publish in autism. In the last 5 years, he has published 8 papers as the lead author for a total of 15 papers on autism with 5 more to be published this year. He has also written 3 book chapters on autism.

Dr Rossignol received the prestigious Edgar End Memorial Award from the Undersea Hyperbaric Medical Society for his pioneering paper in hyperbaric research in autism.

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