Cindy Schneider, MD
A unique healthcare provider, Cindy has established a reputation for responsible and effective management of patients who have not found relief through conventional treatment. Her areas of special interest include innovative nutritional and metabolic support for a number of complex conditions including autism, attention deficit disorder, and Tourette’s syndrome.
Her interest in neuroimmune conditions began 17 years ago when her son and daughter were diagnosed with autism. After realizing the limitations of conventional autism treatments, she became the founding president of two nonprofit organizations for autism research. She has designed and implemented multiple research studies relating to the treatment of autism and the identification of risk factors for neurological disease and has collaborated with researchers worldwide.
Among her many distinguished credentials, Cindy is founder and medical director of the Center for Autism Research and Education (CARE) and board president of the CARE Foundation, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the prevention and treatment of autism.