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Pediatric Associates of Jacksonville Announces New Integrative Medicine Services for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Date:9/10/2013

in that they feature an advanced signaling technology that enables extreme precision when targeting cells in the body.

The research team at Pediatric Associates of Jacksonville performs experimental research on functional or bio-informatic approaches to pediatric healthcare. For the purposes of the Behavior Support Program pilot study, the team has partnered with technology providers, academic institutions, laboratory and Neuro-feedback EEG facilities, as well as child support non-profit organizations.

About Pediatric Associates of Jacksonville:

Pediatric Associates of Jacksonville originally opened in 1932 and now operates in three locations located in Jacksonville, Julington Creek and Ponte Vedra, Florida for patients ranging from newborns to 21. Today, Pediatric Associates of Jacksonville is led by Dr. Aylin Ozdemir, winner of the 2012 and 2011 Patients’ Choice Award, which is a distinction received by less than 5 percent of America’s practicing physicians. Dr. O recently finished her Integrative Medicine fellowship led by Dr. Andrew Weil at The University of Arizona. The Integrative practice of combining traditional and alternative medicine distinguishes her from every other General Practitioner in the State of Florida. To learn more about Pediatric Associates of Jacksonville call 904-273-6533 or visit our website at DoctorOJax.com.

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