Early Insights

UPDATED: September 10, 2018

This the first Autism Spectrum pre-diagnostic clinic using cutting edge paradigm of combining the most current neurological and genomic assessments available. Pulling from research Dr. Stewart and Mr. Serong have assisted with the #1 research University in the world, Harvard Catalyst Collaborative, and the top Genomics facility in the U.S., Hudson Alpha, they are integrating Genetics, Genomic, Neurological and Metabolic data to recommend the best and easiest recommendations for the treatment and whole health of the individual. This includes data and recommendations for diet, sleep, supplements, medications and most excitedly Vaccinations! We will help the families work better internally and with school and their community along with other health providers. Dr. Stewart is excited to bring to bare his rare 25 years of experience working with families and individuals, On the Spectrum. As the author of Raising the Facebook Nation, he believes in helping families and individual integrate new and used technologies into the care of individuals he feels so passionate.

  • Languages:
  • English
  • American Sign Language
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1900 West End Ave
Suite 200
Nashville, TN 37203
United States



(615) 414-2572



Dr. Shawn Stewart

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