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Is It Too Early To See A DAN Doctor At 8 Months?

Oct 10

by Dr. Jerry Kartzinel on 10 October 2011 in , , with 0 Comments

Q: Would a DAN doctor be worth involving for someone who has identical twins, age 8 months, who have been having feeding problems since early infancy?  They gag easily and vomit their food. 

Would a DAN doctor be worth involving for someone who has identical twins, age 8 months, who have been having feeding problems since early infancy?  They gag easily and vomit their food. 
-Liz.
Yes Liz, a doctor who specializes in a biomedical approach to treating children would be great!  Due to their young age, it would be preferable to have this doctor be a pediatrician as well.

-Liz.

 

Dr. Jerry's Answer:

Yes Liz, a doctor who specializes in a biomedical approach to treating children would be great!  Due to their young age, it would be preferable to have this doctor be a pediatrician as well.

 

Dr. Jerry Kartzinel is Board Certified pediatrician and a Fellow in the American Academy of Pediatrics. He specializes in the recovery of neurodevelopmental, chronic neuro-inflammatory diseases, and hormonal dysfunctions. Dr. Jerry co-authored Healing and Preventing Autism with Jenny McCarthy.   

 

For more Q & A and articles from Dr. Jerry Kartzinel visit his Blog.

 

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