What Makes Autism Treatment at Brain Treatment Partners Oklahoma so Different?
It comes down to dedication, compassion, and care for each patient, combined with a breakthrough treatment that can achieve remarkable results.
Bringing your child in for autism treatment can be a nerve-wracking experience, particularly if you don’t know what to expect or if you’ll see the hoped-for results.
We completely understand. That’s why at Brain Treatment Partners Oklahoma, we deliver MeRT, a breakthrough treatment that produces remarkable results in patient after patient.
And we do it with care, compassion, dedication, and a love for each little person who comes through our doors. Building relationships with our patients and their families is one of the best parts for us.
We work hard to take the stress out of autism treatment — for both you and your child. In fact, many children who come to us for MeRT treatment can’t wait to come back for the next one. That’s because MeRT is safe and gentle — and highly effective in treating autism symptoms.
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A New Approach to Treating Autism Spectrum Disorder in Oklahoma
Many treatments exist for autism, but sometimes they don’t work as well as you wish they would. And often, they include medications that can cause serious side effects.
Plus, each child with autism is unique, with their own behavior patterns and ways of communicating. Because each child is different, their brain frequencies will also be different. And that’s what makes MeRT so effective.
MeRT, or Magnetic e-Resonance Therapy, combines sophisticated imaging and diagnostics and tailored TMS, which uses a magnetic field to stimulate and balance brain function. And we customize this treatment for each child.
MeRT is non-pharmaceutical, non-invasive, long-lasting, and painless. In fact, this treatment is so gentle that many children spend their time playing while undergoing their sessions.
Yet, despite how gentle it is, MeRT is highly effective in helping improve communication, mood, learning ability, language skills, self-confidence, and more.
To learn more, please visit our MeRT for Autism page.
We Understand Your Child’s Needs
When we treat your child with MeRT, we do so from years of experience working with children with special needs.
Angie Turney, LPN, is our Managing Director and also our neuro technician, administering all treatment for our patients. And according to patients and their families, Angie has a genuine gift of making people feel comfortable, cared for, and like family.
Angie has deep empathy for children with special needs and in difficult circumstances. She was a court-appointed special advocate in Oklahoma for eight years and has also been a foster parent. Needless to say, she loves children and wants to make sure that they know they will be taken care of during their treatment.
Plus, after having seen the incredible results from MeRT, Angie is passionate about providing this breakthrough autism treatment to as many children as possible.
Your child could not be in better hands.
Questions about MeRT for Autism Treatment?
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MeRT is a relatively new treatment, so you may have many questions about whether it’s right for your child. We understand, and we’re here to make it as easy as possible for you to get the information you need. We also know that this is not a light decision to make.
Your first step is as simple as a phone consultation with our New Patient Coordinator.
During this free, no-obligation consultation, she’ll take the time to listen to your concerns, answer your questions, explain costs, and put your mind at ease. She can also assist you in getting scheduled should you decide to move forward with treatment.
We understand what you and your family may be going through, and our goal is to help guide you through the process with quality care in a warm and compassionate environment.
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