Jodie A. Dashore, PhD, May Awareness Guest Blog – Lyme Disease and Autism

May Awareness LDA Guest Blogger

2019-11

Jodie A. Dashore PhD, OTD, BCIP, HHP, CCH, RH (AHG) is an internationally recognized practitioner, author, researcher and a pioneering clinical herbalist. She is widely known for her unique plant-based medicine approach to Autism, Lyme Disease, Mold/Biotoxin Illness and Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS) and Camel Milk medicinal protocols.

Dr Dashore holds a PhD (Integrative Medicine) and completed a post-doctoral certification in Immunology at Harvard Medical School. Dr Dashore is a CIRS – Shoemaker Certified practitioner, Board Certified in Integrative Pediatrics, Board-Certified and licensed Doctor of Occupational Therapy (Neurology), Board Certified Holistic Health Practitioner and registered herbalist with the American herbalist Guild with 25+ years of clinical experience. She is an International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS) member and has been a Lyme literate clinician for a decade+.

She specializes in all-natural plant-based and individual genetic-based customized treatment options for Autism, Lyme Disease and Mold/Biotoxin Illness. She is the founder and Director of BioNexus Health Clinic, Apothecary and biodynamic herb farm in Marlboro New Jersey and Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

Dr Dashore is the author of the book The BioNexus Approach to Biotoxin Illness- A step by step guide to sustainable plant-based treatment options.”

Jodie A. Dashore, PhD, May Awareness Guest Blog – Lyme & Autism

Summary of Video Blog: Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) continues to be on the rise causing tremendous hardship to the families impacted by its relentless impact on the lives of their loved ones. At BioNexus Health we see complicated cases of children of all ages diagnosed with ASD. In-depth history, examination and symptom analysis often points to neurological Lyme Disease in over 65% of cases of Autism we see. It is important to investigate further, gather laboratory evidence and factor in the appropriate treatment for the tick borne infections identified. Proper and timely intervention can change the course of the child’s condition, stop damage in its tracks and create the requisite environment for the child to heal. When a child with ASD heals, it sends waves of positivity to the entire family and the community as a whole with reduced strain on resources and greatly improved quality of life. 

Note: The opinions expressed in this blog are those of the blog author and may or may not reflect the views of the Lyme Disease Association, Inc.