Dr Elice is a Board Certified pediatrician in practice for 40 years. For the past 15 years, he has dedicated his practice to the biomedical evaluation and treatment of children on the autism spectrum, those with mitochondrial, metabolic, allergic and immune problems. He is a Fellow of the Medical Academy for Pediatric Special Needs (MAPS) and has been lecturing at MAPS conferences, Autism One and NAA meetings. Dr Elice believes that autism is a disorder that is based on genetic predispositions, environmental, toxic, food and infectious triggers. Once these issues are determined, proper treatment with diet, supplementing deficiencies of nutrients, use of antimicrobials and anti-inflammatory compounds usually result in the recovery of these children. If we recognize that each child is not the same as the other and that the triggers that 'throw the kids off the track' are not the same, we can determine what is happening and get them back on track. Dr Elice currently practices in the New York suburb of Woodbury, Long Island and in California. He has patients in more than 20 countries around the world.