ADHD is a complex condition, requiring expert care to prevent under- or over-diagnosis, misdiagnosis, and inadequate treatment. In primary care settings, doctors have very limited time (often only 10-20 minutes) to spend with the child and family. My history of dealing with ADHD as a wife, mother, and General Pediatrician for 23 years has given me the perspective on needing time to talk to families thoroughly to assess every aspect that impacts a child's world. Initial consultations are generally about 1.5 hours, with follow up visits up to an hour as needed by the individual patient and family. This allows for thorough evaluation, referrals to other supporting clinicians as indicated, and individualized, comprehensive treatment to maximize each patient's potential.Read more
I am the wife to and mother of three wonderful men who all have ADHD with comorbid conditions. Over my...Read more
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