Jared Skowron, ND


As one of the country’s leading experts in natural therapies for children with Autism and ADHD, Dr. Jared Skowron has made it his mission in life to bring health to children through natural means, without the use of unnecessary medications. Dr. Skowron is the co-founder of the Pediatric Association of Naturopathic Physicians, bringing together the top physicians and leaders in the pediatric community to spread greater awareness of pediatric medicine to the conventional and naturopathic communities, and to help facilitate opportunities for the bridging of both disciplines.

In 2009, Dr. Skowron founded the Pediatric & Autism Clinic at the University of Bridgeport, to treat children with the best in natural medicine and to teach the next generation of physicians the ways of natural healing. Dr. Skowron is also the founder of Spectrum Awakening, a supplement company dedicated to creating the highest quality natural medicines for children at every stage of development. In addition to running his practice in Wallingford, CT, Dr. Skowron lectures across the country and has appeared on NBC, CBS, FOX, and Animal Planet, testifying to the power of natural medicines for children and has also released a best-selling book, 100 Natural Remedies For Your Child.

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