Autism Solutions Seminar in London

October 17th and 18th 2015

“Demonstrating the latest therapeutic interventions for a growing crisis”
with Dr Dietrich Klinghardt MD PhD together with the UK’s leading experts.

A must for health care professionals, carers and affected parents in London

Following a 5-year absence from the UK, the Klinghardt Institute proudly presents a 2-day congress with Dr Dietrich Klinghardt, supported by Prof Basant Puri, Dr Daniel Goyal and other leading experts.

Trend analysis and available statistics predict that by 2025, 50% of children born will struggle with autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders (Seneff S, PhD)

Man’s impact on the environment is driving this catastrophic development which could bring society as we know it to a rapid end. Affected children when fully developed will not be able to achieve their human and intellectual potential.

Families are struggling to cope with the daily challenges their children on the autistic spectrum present. Often feeling abandoned by their own family members, their health care providers and their government, there are however solutions that can and will make the needed difference.

In this workshop, our faculty will present the current understanding of the true underlying causes of the illness, simple diagnostic tests and affordable solutions from the biomedical field and other areas of applied science. We also hope that this meeting can serve as one of the voices serving as a wake-up call to our elected governmental policy makers.


• Lack of appropriate preconception health care
• Transfer of environmental toxins, metals and microbes trans-placentally.
• Effects of microwave radiation on the foetus and newborn children from various sources: cordless phones, Wi-Fi, baby monitors, smart meters and computers.
• Mercury and aluminium toxicity, organophosphates, glyphosate, PBDEs, phthalates and other chemicals.
• Borrelia species, viruses, mycoplasma.
• Systemic family issues

Treatment Options

• Balancing the gut microbiome (diet, enzymes, pre and probiotics, faecal transplant)
• Gc protein macrophage activating factor
• Biomedical approach (micronutrients, hormones, neurotransmitters)
• Movement therapies and neurodevelopmental techniques
• Masking, hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
• Applied physics (energy medicine): transcranial low level laser and microwave, magnetic fields, pulsed micro-current, laser field restructuring etc
• Family constellation work, applied neurobiology

Venue & Booking

October 17th and 18th 2015
Location: The Rooms at Browns (upstairs), 82-84 St Martin’s Lane, Covent Garden, London. WC2N 4AG.

Guest Speakers: Dr Vera Stejskal, Professor Basant Puri, Dr Daniel Goyal, Linda Scotson PhD.
Dr Dietrich Klinghardt MD, PhD has a thriving practice near Seattle, WA and specializes in chronic illness. He has been treating autistic children for over 25 years and is considered a pioneer in this area by many specialists.

Costs for the Weekend
£160 Health care professionals (please provide details)
£130 Charities and students (please provide details)
£80 Carers and families (option for Saturday or Sunday only at £40)

Health care professionals

Charities and students

Carers and families

Carers & Family (Saturday only)

Carers & Family (Sunday only)


Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt MD, PhD
Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt MD, PhD

Dr Dietrich Klinghardt MD PhD

Dr Dietrich Klinghardt MD PhD has been practicing Medicine since 1975. He works since 1982 in the US and is currently the head physician at the Sophia Health Institute in Washington (Seattle) and founder of The Klinghardt Institute UK. He is internationally known for his work with patients with chronic illness and his successes with children diagnosed with neuron-developmental disorders. In 2007 he received the award of “physician of the year” by the Global Foundation of Integrative Medicine. He has written 3 Textbooks (in German) and numerous articles and book chapters in English. His 1979 PhD thesis examines the relationship of the autonomic nervous system and the immune system in the context of vascular and autoimmune illnesses. Many children on the autistic spectrum have become neurotypical under his care.

Prof. Vera Stejskal
Prof. Vera Stejskal

Prof. Vera Stejskal

Prof. Vera Stejskal received her doctoral degree from Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic. For 18 years she worked as a Senior Research Adviser and Head of Immunotoxicology at Astra, Sweden, now AstraZeneca. She is Associated Professor of Immunology at the University of Stockholm. Prof. Stejskal has been and adviser to the World Health Organization, and served as an expert witness to a US Congressional Committee on the issue of vaccine safety and thimerosal allergy. Inventor of the MELISA® test, Prof. Stejskal is the author of more than 100 scientific publications in the field of allergy and immunotoxicology. She is board member of European Academy of Environmental Medicine and scientific member of I-GAP and Czech Society for Anti-Aging Medicine (A2M).

Professor B. K. Puri

Professor B. K. Puri

Professor B. K. Puri is a medical researcher and consultant at Hammersmith Hospital, Imperial College London and Breakspear Medical and medical adviser to ReMEmber and the Colchester MESH and research adviser to BRAME.

He is actively involved in researching complex disorders and conditions, including Lyme disease, cancer, depression, ME, ADHD and Huntington’s chorea using state-of-the-art electrophysiological, brain scanning and biochemical and molecular biological techniques.

Along with carrying out medical studies and consulting, he supervises research into neuroimaging, mitochondrial function and nutritional medicine.

Linda Scotson PhD

Linda Scotson PhD

When Linda Scotson’s son, Doran was three days old she was told he was incurably brain injured and he had a diagnosis of athetoid cerebral palsy, severe bilateral hearing loss and would be able to do nothing. However, she decided differently!

After exploring every hopeful avenue, Doran seemed little better. However Linda saw that existing therapies relied on managing a child to use alternative muscles not the restoration of the right muscles. As disabled children grew, this poor foundation caused increasing stress on their development. So Linda began to look more closely at normal infants and found that the development of breathing and movement was woven together in a way often overlooked.

Modern medicine often offers answers by the treatment of symptoms. Nevertheless, Linda knew that she wanted to deal with the actual cause at a more natural level. As a loving mother with a growing understanding of the problem, she had an unique background before she even began her studies at UCL Institute of Child Health, London.

Every brain-injured child Linda met had a problem breathing so Linda decided to focus her MPhil/PhD research on the respiratory system. Her work showed that many neurological problems led to deep respiratory problems and that breathing influenced cerebral blood circulation, body structure, posture, speech production, sleep and general health.

Linda’s extensive research and dedication led eventually to the development of The Scotson Technique (TST) and is thanks to her passion and determination to find a better way of living for her son who is now an artist and runs half marathons.

D Goyal

Dr Daniel Goyal

Autonomic Nervous System in Autism Dr Daniel Goyal will be speaking on much neglected abnormalities of Autonomic Nervous System in Autism, ways to diagnose them and possible corrective treatments. Dr Goyal qualified from Aberdeen Medical School in 2001 and after three years in Occupational and Environmental Medicine, he chose to focus specifically on Environmental Medicine. He is a Clinical Researcher in the Neurosciences Department at the University of Manchester specialising in the neuro-immunological approach of ASD. Dr Goyal sees patients at Sincere Health Clinics and Breakspear Medical Group.