Integrative Healthcare for Children & Adults
Center for Integrative Health is a consultative practice which integrates the care of children and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), other Neurodevelopmental Disorders, various chronic medical illnesses and acute problems such as post-concussive injury. The practice is located in Fairfield County Connecticut in the town of Wilton.
Nancy O'Hara, MD and Gail Szakacs, MD work with adults and children to integrate their therapies, medications, and other interventions in a thorough and holistic fashion. Other chronic illnesses addressed include, but are not limited to, gastrointestinal disorders, chronic or recurrent infections, food sensitivities, allergies, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Lyme disease, PANDAS, PANS, other autoimmune disorders, metabolic disorders, and malnutrition.
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Doctors Nancy O'Hara and Gail Szakacs also offer nutritional counseling and care for children and adults that may not have chronic illnesses but are seeking a path to or maintenance of general health and wellness from a biomedical approach.
Their comprehensive center offers a variety of functional medicine interventions, including Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) for use in a primary or adjunctive role in the treatment of acute injury or chronic illness.
- New patient openings are available with Dr. O'Hara and Dr. Szakacs. For more information, please visit the new patients section of our website.
Our children are gifts. Some of our children, like those with autism or ADHD or OCD, may be wrapped in many layers of wrapping paper. It is our job to try to remove several or all of those layers to get at the true gift of the child inside. But it is also our job to remember that each child is a gift, whether wrapped in many layers or none, we give thanks for that gift every day.