Welcome to the Rossignol Medical Center
About Dr. Dan Rossignol, MD FAAFP
Dr. Dan Rossignol, MD FAAFP is a board certified family physician. He received his Doctorate of Medicine at the Medical College of Virginia and completed his residency in family medicine at the University of Virginia. Coming from an academic background, Dr. Rossignol searched the medical literature looking for a solution after both of his children were diagnosed with autism. He has made it his mission to research and publish in autism. Since 2006, he has 54 papers, abstracts, editorials, and book chapters (including those in press) concerning autism and related conditions.
Dr. Rossignol has a special interest in autism spectrum disorders, PANS/PANDAS, cerebral palsy, and related neurological and developmental disorders as well as medically complex children and adults. Dr. Rossignol is a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians (FAAFP) and a Fellow of the Medical Academy of Pediatric Special Needs (FMAPS). Dr. Rossignol sees patients in both the Florida and California offices.
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About Lanier Rossignol, BSN FNP-C
Lanier Rossignol, BSN FNP-C is a certified family nurse practitioner. She received her graduate training as a Family Nurse Practitioner and her Master’s Degree in Nursing from the University of Virginia. She also has a Bachelor of Arts in Neurobiochemistry and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Virginia. After her two sons were diagnosed with autism, she sought information from a number of sources including researchers, specialists, the medical literature, and she attended 6-8 autism medical conferences per year to help find answers for her sons. As biomedically-based treatments helped her sons begin speaking, she became more involved in research in autism. After years of focusing on both her sons and her own medical issues, she has now joined her husband, Dr. Rossignol, and his medical practice as a Nurse Practitioner to help families struggling with the underlying medical issues of autism.
Lanier has a special interest in autism spectrum disorders, PANS/PANDAS, chronic fatigue, and health and wellness through diet, supplements and exercise. Lanier is seeing patients through the California office.
About Nicole Rincon, MS PA-C
Nicole Rincon, PA-C is a board certified physician assistant. She majored in biology at UC San Diego (UCSD) and graduated with honors. While attending UCSD, her major areas of focus were microbiology and genetics. Nicole continued her health care education at Western University of Health Sciences where she graduated on the Dean’s List with a Master’s Degree in Physician Assistant Studies in 2007. She is board certified as a Physician Assistant by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA).
Nicole began her career in integrative medicine focusing on nutritional counseling and wellness supplementation. In 2012 Nicole gave birth to triplets. After their second birthday, her children regressed developmentally and her two sons were diagnosed with autism and her daughter with seizures. She then dedicated her studies to the biomedical treatment of autism and seizures. She has attended a number of medical conferences and webinars focusing of pediatric special needs, including the Medical Academy of Pediatric Special Needs (MAPS), where she met Dr. Rossignol. Nicole's medical focus includes natural and medical treatments as well as dietary and healthy lifestyle strategies. Nicole is seeing paitents through the California office.
Not just medicine - It's about caring and helping you and your child
Caring for medically complex children and adults is, obviously, complex. There are no “cookie cutter” templates that can be followed that will work consistently for all individuals. Each individual possesses a unique medical puzzle. That is why Dr. Rossignol treats each person individually, providing care with one goal in mind – to unlock this puzzle and allow each individual to thrive.
Identifying the biochemical fingerprint of autism: Implications for testing and treatments
Acccumulating evidence has demonstrated that autism is sometimes characterized by complex abnormalities such as oxidative stress, mitochondrial dysfunction, inflammation, certain genetic abnormalities, exposure(s) to environmental toxicants, immunological abnormalities, infections, and in some cases, developmental regression and seizures. These abnormalities may contribute to the symptoms of autism, such as sleep problems, obsessive behavior, speech delay, impaired social interaction, self-stimulatory behavior, hyperactivity, inattention, and abnormal gastrointestinal findings. Many children with autism have a unique combination of these abnormalities and may possess some or all of these problems simultaneously. The early identification of these abnormalities may help clinicians and parents choose more effective treatment options. Dr. Rossignol’s aim is to identify the unique biochemical abnormalities that each individual possesses (e.g., the biochemical fingerprint) and work to create the most effective treatments for these abnormalities using evidence-based medicine principles. See a list of publications by Dr. Rossignol which discuss many of these abnormalities and potential treatments.
HEALTH CARE PRACTITIONER INFORMATION
1. Name and license: Daniel A. Rossignol, Physician and Surgeon
2. Highest level of academic degree: MD
3. Board certification: American Board of Family Medicine (ABFM)
1. Name and license: Lanier W. Rossignol, Nurse Practitioner
2. Highest level of academic degree: BSN, FNP-C
3. Board certification: American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANP)
1. Name and license: Nicole Rincon, Physician Assistant
2. Highest level of academic degree: Master's Degree (MS) in Physician
3. Board certification: National Commissin on Certification of Physician
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