Autism, ADHD, And Other Neurodevelopmental Pediatric Disorders

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Cheng Ruan, MD

One of the mystery things about pediatrics and Children is neurodevelopmental disorders such as autism or A. D. H. D. Dyslexia, dysgraphia pans pandas and whether or not you’ve heard of these before, we can always appreciate that. And Children’s things are so delicate. The brains are so delicate that we really have to optimize their health in every situation. So on this section you want to talk to Dr. Paula Kruppstadt who was one of my dear friends in Woodlands, Texas and she is an absolute leader when it comes to looking at rare diseases in your development disorders in Children. So Dr. Kruppstadt graduated in 1990 from the University of Texas and San Antonio and she completed her pediatric internship and residency at the William Beaumont Army Medical Center in El Paso, Texas. And she is more certified in pediatrics. As a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. She served as a U. S. Army pediatrician at Fort Hood, then relocated to the Wilderness, Texas in ’95. 

She’s since worked in a general pediatric population in functional medicine including Texas, Children’s tests and Children PD accents and Children’s urgent care. She’s a certified practitioner of functional medicine by the institute for functional medicine is one of the few board certified pediatricians in the world who are actually certified in functional medicine. She’s an expert concerning immune mediated neurological function disorders such as pans and pandas and are Texas. Governor Greg Abbott appointed to be a member of the pediatric acute onset neuropsychiatric syndrome advisory council. So the council advises the commission in Texas, legislation on research and diagnosis and treatment. Education related to pediatric acute onset neuropsychiatric syndromes. And so her practice which is hope for healing is a wonderful practice that we refer patients to here in texas and I can’t wait to introduce her to talk about neurodevelopmental disorders. Mhm. Listen, I’m so happy that you came on and agreed to talk with me about neural development of disorders and Children. I think it’s a very important topic and one of the most misunderstood topics, I think ever. So, so happy you’re here. Welcome to the show.

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