Dr. Scott Antoine, PANDAS expert, joins us to distill his extensive knowledge about what causes PANDAS, how to treat it, and tell tale signs that a child might have PANDAS or PANS (OCD and disobedience).
What You’ll Learn
Tune into today’s podcast to hear all about:
- What is PANDAS and what causes it?
- How to know if your child has PANDAS or PANS
- How this disorder is treated successfully
- Why PANDAS and PANS are misunderstood by the medical community.
- What to do if you suspect your child may have PANDAS
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About Dr. Scott Antoine
Dr. Scott Antoine,DO, FACEP, FMNFM, ABOIM also known as the “PANDAS Doc” completed his undergraduate training at the University of Scranton in Scranton, Pennsylvania, after which he completed his doctorate at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Following medical school, he completed an Emergency Medicine Residency and an Emergency Medical Services Fellowship at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia.
He then served seven years of active duty with the United States Army as an Emergency Physician, serving as both the Emergency Department Director and the Chief of the Department of Medicine at Fort Knox, Kentucky. Upon completing his term of service, he moved to Indianapolis in 2005 and works as an Emergency Physician at St. Francis Hospital where he also trains students from both the Indiana University School of Medicine and Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine.
In addition to his board certification in Emergency Medicine, Dr. Antoine completed a fellowship in Metabolic, Nutritional, and Functional Medicine through the Metabolic Medical Institute, which is affiliated with George Washington University and the University of South Florida.
In 2016, he was one of only 121 physicians nationwide to achieve board certification in Integrative Medicine through the newly formed American Board of Integrative Medicine. He is also holds a certification in Functional Medicine through the Institute for Functional Medicine.
He and his wife, Ellen, also a PCOM graduate, currently run a busy Functional and Integrative Medicine practice in Carmel, Indiana where they focus on environmentally acquired illnesses such as PANDAS. They have five children and two dogs. In his spare time, Dr. Antoine enjoys playing the bass guitar.
You can learn more about Scott, his work, and PANDAS at www.vinehealthcare.com