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How To Treat Aspergers Syndrome
Noonan syndrome: is a genetic disorder which is not treatable. Management usually consists of a combined effort with a medical team consisting of a cardiologist, hematologist, endocrinologist and dentist, along with a primary care provider for routine vaccinations and coordination of care. ...Read more
See a doctor: Tourette's disorder is a neurological condition that begins in childhood. Although there's no cure, you can live a normal life span with tourette syndrome, and many people with tourette syndrome don't need treatment when symptoms aren't troublesome. In troublesome cases, you'll need a physician to evaluate you for the available treatment options. ...Read more
Clinical symptoms: There are no blood tests or other objective measures to diagnose asperger's syndrome. You need to see someone with training and expertise in autism-related disorders. That person will go over history especially related to social interactions and interests and unusual or oddly intense behaviors or preoccupations. There are some standardized instruments some clinicians use to cover these issues. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Control Inflammation: Patellofemoral pain is caused by inflammation under the knee cap caused by irregular tracking when bending knee. To control symtoms you can ice joint, strengthen inner thigh muscles (vmo), use patella-stabilization brace, and take oral anti-inflammatory medication. Treatment usually requires activity limits for period of time, such as decreased running and staying on soft, flat surfaces. ...Read more
Diagnostical and: Statistical manual of mental disorders criteria are used to make diagnoses. ...Read more
Related: Usually the asperger patient has better language ability than the autistic patient. One could also consider them to be different sections of a spectrum of continuity. Some people call it high functioning autism. In my opinion the exact label doesn't matter a great deal, it is what are the needs of the child and make sure those needs are addressed. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Supportively: Patau is a chromosomal abnormality of trisomy 13. There is no treatment of the cause but the various symptoms can be treated. For example, heart defects can be repaired, polydactyly can be corrected. However, many children live only a short time so often the goal is comfort care. ...Read more
Rett syndrome: Rett syndrome is a disorder of the nervous system that leads to developmental reversals, especially in the areas of expressive language and hand use .Treatment may include: assistance with feeding and diapering, methods to treat constipation and gerd, physical therapy to help prevent the hands from contracting, weight bearing exercises for those with scoliosis. There is no specific treatment. ...Read more
Social Skills: Most patients on the pdd spectrum suffer from communication and interpersonal skill issues. These are best addressed in a therapeutic social skills treatment group. If there are other symptoms such as anxiety or aggression, dofferent interventions may be required. Best to see a child psychiatrist or child behavioral specialist for an evaluation and recommendations. ...Read more
Detection/support: At diagnosis, there are tests that need to be done to look for hidden problems in the heart and blood vessels. Most then need normal care in early childhood until they get close to expected puberty. Referral to a pediatric endocrinologist (hormone doc) will assist their short height and transition into female development. Counseling with a geneticist when she becomes older can help her understand ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Expect the best: Help facilitate success. You have to want more for your life. Many "aspies" can live full &fulfilling lives, given proper encouragement, opportunities and treatment. And there are new toys, treatments & experiences being developed all the time for such children. Adults also have more support & knowledgeable professional help available now than ever. Either way, there is much joy available to you. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Join the Tourette : Syndrome Association of Texas:Texas Chapter 281-238-8096 e-mail: TouretteTexas@aol.com website: http://www.tourettetexas.org/ & learn all you can about your disorder, local providers & your legal rights under the ADA. If you can, have your primary physician or TS specialist refer you for a neuropsychological evaluation, individual & family therapy. Knowledge is powerful. ...Read more
Dx 90% lab, 10% PE: A clinical geneticist can make a diagnosis by observing the combination of unusual behavioral features and pattern of developmental delay, usually by 2 years of age. 90% confirmed by convoluted genetic testing, 10% by clinical presentation alone. Treatment includes the full range of therapies for developmental delay, especially speech therapy initially concentrating on nonverbal communication. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Internet medicine: I believe that would be a made up internet diagnosis. ...Read more
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