You love your child, but you’re starting to worry about their ability to focus. If it feels like asking them to complete a simple task becomes an adventure or they just can’t seem to sit still, there is a possibility they are dealing with a hyperactivity disorder but do not know how to tell you. It could be time to consider pursuing ADHD treatment.
ADHD is defined as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. It is important to our team of experts at Cady Wellness Institute that we are able to accurately diagnose you or your family member, and that the ADHD treatment we provide does not completely change who they are as a person.
Our specialists use a specific computerized diagnostic system called Quotient® to ensure our diagnosis is as accurate as possible. This system factors in age, attention, and movement, allowing us to help adequately recommend ADHD treatment.
Medication is a common ADHD treatment, but we do not want to view it as a cure-all. Our approach to medication is to only use it as a treatment when it is absolutely necessary, and we find it is important to prescribe the lowest dosage possible. This gives us the ability to micro-adjust dosage amounts as well as preventing the unwanted stereotype of turning kids into “drugged zombies.” Using medication as an ADHD treatment can be a process of trial and error, but we strive to achieve a balanced control. It’s very important to us that your child is still your child and able to be themselves.
There are also holistic approaches to ADHD treatment available. However, these techniques may not appeal to everyone and their goals. It is important to communicate your preferences with our experts during your consultation so we are able to develop the personalized treatment right for you and your family. Again, pursuing ADHD treatment can be a process of trial and error, but we will help find the solution that is right for you and your family.
If you are interested in learning more about ADHD and the benefits of treatment, contact us at Cady Wellness Institute to schedule a consultation with our team of experts. We proudly serve the Evansville area from our office in Newburgh, IN. Contact us today to see how we can help you and your family learn more about attention disorders and treatment options.