Autism Cause Answered

It is official world!  I am absolutely 100% certain that I have it right (and everyone else is wrong) about autism.  Read my Big Bang Theory of Autism on my website How do I know?  I have proved it empirically.  This will be the third week I treat two newly diagnosed “autistic” boys. 

I should have videotaped this one!!!  GD is 2.5 years old.  He does not make eye contact.  He sometimes flaps his arms. Regional Center gave the parents the news that, although he is young, his symptoms are very likely those of an autistic child.  His mom states that he never naps during the day and every night since he was born he wakes up at 2, 3, or 4 am.  On the first visit, he runs around the exam room and never once looked at me.  We laid him down and I proceed to do some cranial work on him.  His head is externally beautiful – round, symmetrical, full of hair.  Its function however is ugly.  His head is heavy and dense from compression.  I spend 20 minutes up there and then another 10- 15 on his neck, back and sacrum.  Towards the middle of the session, he started to yawn and we (mom, dad, and I) were convinced that he was going to crash into an afternoon nap.  When I was done he looked at me and hugged me.  He even stayed/sat in my lap,  in my arms and allowed me to do a little more cranial work.  That night he slept soundly.  Unfortunately, he slept solid for only two nights, then reverted to his usual behavior.  On his second visit, his head was more “opened” and there was chaos.  I calmed it down and am confident that I will find/feel such  beauty and harmony of function on his third visit this week.

I should have taken pictures!!! BH is also 2.5 years old.  His mom is a friend of GD’s mom.  GD’s mom told her about him sleeping well after our first treatment and she decided to bring him in the same week.  BH’s head is flat on the top.  He has a bulge on the left forehead.  He has a canyon/pie wedge shaped soft spot.  His labor was 3 days.  They then tried to suction him out and guess where they placed it?  Yup, on his left forehead.  Then they yanked for an hour.  then finally they took him out by C-section.  He too does not sleep well at night.  He does not nap during the day.  After this first treatment, he had the opposite effect.  He went home and had a lot of energy and that night he crashed.  He slept well for 4 nights straight.  By the end of the second visit, his head is starting to look and feel structurally normal.  His mom can tell the difference.  It is just not me of course, because I am biased – it is my work, and I did a pretty good job of it too.

In conclusion, if your child has a misshapen head and is autistic, he, even she,  has a better chance at a cure.  So start early and get your child to a cranial osteopath.  In effect, autism is traumatic brain injury.  The only chance for a near cure is slow, gradual, decompression.  Over time, the neurons have a chance to breathe, regain their function and the child is unlocked and released from chronic daily headaches.

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