ADHD/ADD is not just a childhood disorder. While most people are diagnosed during childhood, there are several individuals who are not diagnosed until college or even later. Treating ADHD/ADD is important so that you can focus and provide complete attention to your work at hand.
There are different treatments for this disorder. Medications are one treatment, but there are also behavioral treatments. Psychotherapy is one way to work on improving your skills. Behavioral therapies are another option to work on for treatment. Many times, the best treatment modality is a combination of medication and therapies, to help the person learn how best to work on his/her inattentiveness and redirect their thoughts and actions. Call to schedule an appointment with The Manhattan Center for Headache and Neurology so that we can advise as to the best treatment option for you.