If you or a loved one are struggling with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), you may be a candidate for our MARS vestibular rehabilitation program; a game-changing treatment option we’ve developed to treat autism and a number of brain disorders. And it’s right here at High Definition Physical Therapy in Denver, CO.
With vestibular rehabilitation, we essentially train the brain to heal itself. This can alleviate the need for surgery or medicines. So far, patient satisfaction has been very high. We really think we’re at the cutting edge of how we treat patients with brain injuries and disorders.
Learn if you’re candidate for our MARS vestibular rehabilitation program for autism treatment and management. Give us a call to schedule your initial free consultation:
What Is Autism Spectrum Disorder?
Autism spectrum disorder is a cluster of neuro-developmental conditions that were traditionally called Autism, Asperger’s syndrome, Pervasive Developmental Disorder and childhood disintegrative disorder. Recently this cluster of conditions has been re-categorized by the Diagnostic and Statistical manual of mental disorders (DSM) as Autism Spectrum Disorders. The new categorization has focused on the fact that these disorders are unique and vary but share common symptoms.
Individuals with ASD present with neurological, behavioral, and learning difficulties which cause them to be unable to process and respond to sensory information accurately.
Based on the concept of neuroplasticity and the brains ability to create new connections, these individuals respond well to sensory integration training and can improve in their neurological, behavioral and learning difficulties. At HDPT, we combine our MARS protocol with sensory integration-based treatment approaches to improve the daily functioning of individuals with ASD.
Fortunately, in Colorado, you can see a physical therapist for first line of care without a doctor’s order. You should check with your insurance provider for coverage details. Contact our office to schedule your appointment and get answers about autism today.