I received my education at the University of Toronto majoring in microbiology, human biology and nutrition. From there, I went on to receive my Doctorate in Chiropractic from the National University of Health Sciences. Since then I have amassed tons of knowledge and qualifications in biomedical and functional medicine, naturopathic and eastern medicine, and public health. I have degrees and certifications in Integrative Medicine, Natural Medicine, Naturopathic Medicine, Internal Medicine and Public Health.
Through my experience and education, I have learned much about potential Autism causes as well as a variety of effective Autism treatments that have helped thousands of families learn how to overcome the often frustrating symptoms of Autism.
It is my belief that Autism doesn’t need to be treated — the symptoms need to be treated in order to improve the overall quality of life. From HBOT to blood testing, I provide many treatments and tests that I can do in the office, or via the mail to assist families get a better idea on what is affecting their child’s conditions.
I have many patients all over Europe of which I have assisted in successfully managing their Autism. Some are progressing very well. As every person is different, and so some are experiencing a slower recovering.
On my two websites, NewAutism.com and DrChunWong.com, I discuss many different medical technologies and treatments to assist a number of conditions. My main focus is Autism, and making often difficult medical terminology easier to understand for parents and caregivers.
I am currently developing a neurological model for Autism treatment. Additionally, I provide up-to-date information on biomedical procedures that prove effective in treating Autism.
Along with my passion for Autism, I am also an expert in weight loss and healthy lifestyle methods. I practice natural health-care in Illinois, and specialize in chronic pain and pediatric conditions.
My one true hope is to make a difference for children, parents and caregivers who are dealing with Autism. I want people to see that Autism is not a lifetime sentence.
It’s about making the right choices in order to make a difference – and I am here to help. Autism is a treatable disease.
To Your Health,