James Neuenschwander (New’-in-schwan’-der), aka Dr. Neu (New), is a physician dually board certified in Emergency and Integrative medicine. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan with both a bachelor’s degree in cellular and molecular biology and a medical degree. For over 30 years, he has cared for chronically ill children and adults using the philosophy of “healing illness at its source.” Since 2007, he has incorporated the care of children on the autism spectrum into his practice. He continues to apply the latest science to the care of his patients. Dr. Neu is a member of multiple professional societies and is president of the Medical Academy of Pediatric Special Needs (MAPS), a group dedicated to integrative pediatrics, where he is responsible for the content of their conferences. He is a sought-after speaker on the topics of the biomedical approach to chronic illnesses as well as the importance of medical freedom and parental choice.
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Methylene blue is the oldest pharmaceutical that is still in use. It has historically been used as an antidote for certain types of poisoning/toxicity as well as in the treatment of sepsis. The properties of methylene are diverse and appear to include treatment of certain stationary phases of infections as well as mitochondrial dysfunction. In this lecture, I will review the mechanisms of methylene blue and how that might help our kids on the spectrum. I will focus on the benefit of methylene blue on the mitochondria as well as using methylene blue for some of the underlying causes for PANS syndromes.