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James Neubrander, MD

Dr. James Neubrander is an occupational medicine specialist in Iselin, New Jersey. He received his medical degree from Loma Linda University School of Medicine and is board certified in Environmental Medicine. In 2002 Dr. Neubrander discovered that the methyl form of the B12 family—“methyl-B12”— greatly helps children on the autism spectrum when used correctly. His protocols are now used by thousands of practitioners worldwide and parents universally say that methyl-B12 is one of the best treatments they have for their child. In 2005 Dr. Neubrander began using hyperbaric oxygen therapy for children with autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders. He has developed unique diagnostic protocols that allow parents to document ‘undeniable changes’ from this form of therapy when used correctly. Dr. Neubrander uses essentially all of the biomedical diagnostic and treatment tools commonly in use today by those considered leaders in this field. In addition to the biomedical treatments, his clinic uses QEEG-directed neurofeedback, and works closely with leading specialists in the field of speech and language, sensory and auditory issues, feeding difficulties, etc.

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16 thoughts on “James Neubrander, MD

  1. What does it mean when a child gets too hyper (bouncing off the walls) and a bit too euphoric after using methl B12? I have always stopped the treatment and felt that it doesn’t work for my kid. Maybe I stopped too soon. What is the best course of action? Is oral methl B12 as effective or almost as effective as the injectable?

    1. Hi Melissa, He says that his B12 injection trial is two 6-week periods. He stated that 94% of children respond positively by the end of the second six weeks. If oral worked well, I am sure they would use it.

    2. Maybe he is over-methylating. You might try the adeno or hydroxyl forms of cobalamin B12. Lozenges that dissolve slowly in the cheek can work well, Dr Ben Lynch’s Seeking Health brand is very good.

      1. My son has the MTHFR mutation, so I have been told that he needs a folate supplement. Its confusing to me that if he is not getting folate to the brain because of the mutation, that he over methylates when he does get the supplement. Can you explain? Has anyone else had this reaction?

  2. I live in the San Francisco Bay Area. Can you refer me to someone who can treat with oxytocin or a pharmacy that can send it to me. My son has socialization issues. He also has low testosterone. Testosterone shots were not satisfactory. He said he felt too aggressive after them. Please, write me back via email. I just would like to see if it might work. I don’t know anyone I can ask for a prescription.

    1. Have you looked into a ketogenic diet? The body needs “good” fats to make hormones. Fat from grass-fed animals, eg butter, no-nitrate bacon.

  3. I used mb12 shots for 3 years before finding Australian b12oils.com
    I used the oil spray on arm for my son for 9 months with great success, math score went from 38 to 93 percentile nationwide

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