Spring 2011 ARI Conference – Atlanta, Georgia

I’d like to share some good news for parents consulting with Malaysian biomedical doctors. Our very own Dr Eddie Chan and Dr Ng Sui Yin will be flying off to the  upcoming ARI Conference in Atlanta from 28 April – 1 May 2011. They will be updating their biomedical training at the Level 2 Practitioner Seminar, so look forward to some fresh new information and the latest treatments from them. My personal thanks to both doctors for their dedication in pursuing further eduction in this field. Their commitment to providing quality healthcare to children and adults affected by Autism is commendable.

Parents who are attending the Spring Conference in Atlanta, do make sure you say a quick hello to support our Malaysian doctors. For those who are still uncertain of attending, it’s still not too late to register. Please see here for the conference and session details http://www.ariconference.com. Take note that the Fall 2011 ARI Conference will be held in October in Las Vegas. Please check the Autism Research Institute Conference website for registration details.

I received a few queries from parents saying that they are unable to contact Dr Eddie Chan. Please see below for his clinic hours;

Dr Chan Specialist Clinic, No.6 Jalan Puteri 4/2, Bandar Puteri, Puchong 47100 Selangor, Malaysia. Phone +603-80623925

Clinic Hours: Monday to Friday: 9.00am – 1.00pm, 6.00pm – 9.00pm. Saturday: 9.00pm – 5.00pm. Consultation for Autism, ADHD and biomedical intervention are by appointment only. Please call during clinic hours.

Please see here for details of all our biomedical doctors in Malaysia https://spectrummum.wordpress.com/2011/02/21/more-biomed-doctors-in-malaysia/

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3 thoughts on “Spring 2011 ARI Conference – Atlanta, Georgia

  1. Pingback: >More Biomed Doctors in Malaysia | Spectrum Mum in Malaysia

  2. Hi Marissa,

    I think my son has autism. I would like to bring him to Dr. Eddie Chan for diagnosis. Do you know how much he charged? Is it very expensive?

    Thanks.

    • Hi Venus, I’ve never consulted Dr Eddie Chan though I know him. The consult charges for doctors in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia are very reasonable. However, the supplements and tests are similar to the US prices. Do check with the parents on their recommendations and feedback. Marissa

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