Conventional diagnosis: Language Impairment Disorder.
Age at onset of condition: Possibly since birth.
Age at time of first consultation: 9 years, 8 months.
Total time period treated: 18 months, Jan 2009 to June 2010.
Typical time gaps between treatments/consultations: 12 treatments. Intervals started per month, then as treatment progressed, to 2 or 3 months.
Key primary symptoms and observations, e.g. in relation to social interaction; communication; repetitive or restricted behaviour; interests and activities; cognitive function; emotional life; movement; etc: In my opinion, he displayed some degree of autism. CH’s symptoms included: language impairment; lack of concentration; he had demonstrated no understanding before the age of 4 years. At the time of presentation he was in primary 5, and his teacher thought he wouldn’t be capable of going to secondary school. The parent rated the severity of his condition 8/10.
Other key conditions or symptoms besides primary condition: Eczema, which would become ‘fissured’ and frequently infected. The parent rated the severity 10/10. He had severe allergies (age of onset 6 months), including anaphylaxis, which again, the parent rated 10/10. CH also had asthma (age of onset 2 years), the severity of which was rated 6/10.
Key known points of mother’s history, e.g. including amalgam fillings (during or prior to pregnancy), recreational drugs (during or prior to pregnancy), vaccinations during pregnancy, etc: Mother had amalgam fillings. There was no known history of drug use, or any vaccination received during pregnancy.
Key known points of father’s history, e.g. including amalgam fillings, recreational drugs, etc: Father had amalgam fillings. There was no known history of drug use.
Key points of child’s history, including amalgam fillings, vaccinations, etc: CH had no amalgam fillings. He had received some vaccinations: DPT; DPT/Meningitis C at 6 or 7 months, and repeated at 4 years.
Were there any clear-cut observed side-effects of vaccination including a change in mental status towards autism? None noticed.
Did the patient receive previous treatments via DAN/functional medicine or Yasko protocols or any other? Name any known and what the response(s): Yes: 2005 - 2007 (DOB May 1999) Biomed vitamin and mineral detox; 2007-2008 SKIAN (Scottish Klinghardt Institute of Applied Neurobiology) detox – anti-candida. Minimal improvement but treatment to complex.
Key FCT test findings – any of the following which came up as priorities on either the first test and/or tended to come up on multiple subsequent tests: Which parts of immune system if any? Bone marrow, thymus, lymph. Which parts of brain if any? Cingulate gyrus, substantia alba, brain, frontal lobe. Which digestive areas if any? Small intestine mucosa.
Other key organs and tissues? Skin, bronchi, liver, kidney, adrenal.
Infectious components if any? Candida albicans, staphylococcus.
Other key pernicious factors? Antibiotics.
EMFs: Did FCT testing suggest stressful effect of EMF? Yes.
Anti-candida dietary measures undertaken at any time and what were the results/experiences? Quite positive.
Were any of the following being taken during the FCT course of treatment? The following were being taken at the commencement of FCT. After 18 months CH had stopped all medication and supplements, apart from when occasional ‘flare-ups’ occured with his skin. Pharmaceutical agents: Anti-histamines, Dermol 500, Ecoderm, Ventolin, Becotide, Elocon.
Other supplements – which? Children’s multi-vitamins; vitamin C; digestive enzymes.
Any non-FCT treatment interventions – which? None.
Observations during ongoing course of FCT treatment, e.g. regarding ups and downs, “spiral” upward, improvements, return of original symptoms and likely causative factors involved in any worsenings or rough patches, etc: There has been an improvement in CH’s eczema, although it has been ‘up and down’. It would seem as though the eczema was improving, and then his symptoms would flare up again. Otherwise, there has been a huge improvement in his asthma, and his ‘Language Communication Disorder’. CH had the same teacher in Primary 7, whom he had had in Primary 5, and that same teacher is now completely confident that CH will move into Secondary Education without a problem.
Observations and reactions from medical personnel, teachers, speech therapists, etc, concerning the child’s progress, as reported by the parent: The mother and the teacher feel that CH no longer has ‘Language Communication Disorder’. CH has obviously ‘caught up’ with is correct year group.
Your own further observations about the progress and/or maintenance, and/or further comments or information: CH ceased to come for FCT in about June 2010. I am not sure why. But, recently, I have seen his mother who tells me that CH would like to come for further treatment.
If any, what government support or benefits was provided along the way? None.
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