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Regenerative Therapy for Autism

Board certified in Plastic Surgery and Reconstructive Surgery, Eric Weiss, MD, a proud Veteran and former U.S. Navy Commander, is a regional leader in advanced regenerative medicine. He is a graduate of Davidson College and Duke University Medical School, as well as having completed general surgery residency in the University of California system and a Plastic and Reconstructive surgery residency at the University of Miami. He is laser focused on utilizing umbilical cord stem cells to heal his plastic surgery patients and those with wounds from trauma and disease as well as deformities from birth or those acquired through life. Close to his heart is using regenerative therapy to treat autism. After seeing the gains made by the researchers at Duke University, Dr. Weiss began giving Umbilical Cord Blood to patients with Autism. His son, Marston, is on the autistic spectrum and, as a result of this therapy, Dr. Weiss has seen tremendous healing of his condition. Dr. Weiss’ goal is to restore wholeness to all patients by using umbilical cord blood stem cells to treat multiple health conditions.

Therapy Or Treatment With Umbilical Cord Blood Stem Cells Sends Chemical Signals To Seek Out Old, Damaged Or Injured Cells And Optimize Healing And Restoration


Umbilical cord blood contains powerful cells with chemical signals that optimize the healing capacity of the human body. They seek out inflamed cells that are old, damaged or injured and use this therapy to restore them. Multiple studies demonstrate this cord blood can treat certain conditions successfully in children and adults including:

  • Autism

  • Osteoarthritis (OA)

  • Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)

  • Wound Repair

  • Anti-Aging

  • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

  • Post Cancer Chemotherapy

  • Plus many more conditions

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Dr. Wethersby and her team offer great tools to help parents assess if their child may be Autistic.

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