Types of biomedical interventions
IV therapy is a treatment option that is used for certain conditions. It is used to increase energy levels, improve overall health, or maintain optimal health. Nutrient IV therapy can replenish the nutrient reservoir your body needs to restore balance.
Dr. Maria Mackey has a special interest in assessing and using appropriate intervention therapies to restore balance. See the following topics:
Biomedical practitioners believe that gut microbiome (refers to the bacterial balance in the gut) is critical to overall health and that the gut plays a crucial role in metabolising absorbing nutrients whilst staving off toxins.
We define alternative medical procedures as any medical activities or processes which are used in an alternative or ‘off-label’ way to treat some of the problems faced by people on the autism spectrum.
For example, some people are using cell therapy, chelation and hyperbaric therapy to tackle a variety of metabolic problems which they think may be the cause of some of the symptoms of autism (such as impaired communication and social difficulties) and related issues (such as challenging behaviours)
Depending on individual needs a range of nutrients may be prescribed to balance nutritional deficiencies or overloads, heal the gut or support metabolic or genetic issues.
Detoxification of toxins such as heavy metals, bacterial by-products or environmental toxins can be performed using diet, supplementation, exercise, Epsom salt baths and chelation and will depend upon individual needs.
Who Benefits from Biomedical Treatment?
Those who stand to benefit in particular include those with the following conditions:
ADHD, Allergies, Anxiety, Asthma, Autism, Behaviour, Cancer, Celiac, Chronic Fatigue, Depression, Diabetes, Digestive Disorders, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Eating Disorder, Eczema, Food Intolerances, Heart Disease, Infections, Learning Delay, Obesity, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Pyroluria, Schizophrenia, Sensory Integration, Speech-Language Delay.