Cannizzaro Integrative Pediatric Center welcomes all parents to a FREE in-office event: How to Take a Natural Approach to ADD & ADHD. Join Dwight Franklin, DOM as he translates a 5,000-year-old Eastern system of medicine into easy-to-understand Western terms that you can discuss with your pediatrician.
If you’re the parent of a child diagnosed with ADD or ADHD, you may be concerned about the side effects of prescription drugs, especially over the long-term. Discover the drug-free and personalized treatment options available to your child from Oriental and functional medicine.
When you think of Oriental Medicine, does your mind immediately conjure up images of acupuncture needles, strange herbs, and a guy in yoga pants?
Oriental medicine is a 5,000-year-old system of healing with documented history of pediatric use as early as 400 BC. Each child diagnosed with ADD or ADHD exhibits different symptoms; Oriental medicine is equipped to address them individually, as illustrated through the 5 Personality Types.
Functional medicine also looks at health on an individual level, providing scientific research on leaky gut, brain health, and herbs. Because of both ancient and contemporary knowledge, you have access to a drug-free, natural approach to ADD & ADHD, customized for your child.
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Valuable Information You’ll Learn at the Natural Approach to ADD & ADHD Event:
- Translation of a 5,000-year-old healing science that you will find practical and easy.
- Why using the 5 Personality Types from Oriental medicine helps create an effective, individual program for your child, and how to determine your child’s type.
- Combining Oriental Medicine and Functional Medicine for better outcomes and lasting results.
Meet Your Presenter:
Dwight Franklin, DOM is a Doctor of Oriental Medicine and owner of Franklin Family Wellness Institute. He is a graduate of the Florida College of Integrative Medicine, where he received a Master’s Degree in Oriental Medicine and a Bachelor’s Degree in Health Studies. Over the course of his career, Dwight has worked alongside both pediatricians and psychiatrists in the treatment of ADHD, Autism, and various other common childhood and mental disorders through the practice of Oriental Medicine, Nutritional and Lifestyle changes, and Craniosacral Therapy. (No promises on the yoga pants.)
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