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DC Grad Brings Hope to Those with Autism

by Sep 5, 2013

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Dr. Janet Lintala (’94) brings a multi-faceted approach to patients with autism, helping to restore function and reduce symptoms that accompany this diagnosis. She credits her broad-scope training at National for giving her the skills she’s used to develop a successful practice in West Virginia that now boasts a six-month waiting list that draws from a ten-state area.

In this video, you’ll hear why Dr. Lintala chose National for her DC degree, and why she believes chiropractic medicine is uniquely suited for helping autism patients.

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