At our clinic, we take the use of medication quite seriously. Although there are a number of medications that can be very helpful for children, teens and adults with ADHD, we’ve learned that to get the best response, and reduce the risk for side effects, we need to make sure that:
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Interested in learning more about medications and how they work?
Watch Dr. Wilens’ 2 DVD presentation on stimulant and non-stimulant medications for ADHD
Collaborating with your physician
We provide a comprehensive evaluation report to your primary care physician in order to help coordinate your overall care. Some of our patients prefer to have medical treatment for ADHD provided by a psychiatric specialist, and we will often consult with Jacqueline Ponticiello, NPP (Phone: 607-754-1101) to help these patients. Others will prefer to obtain medical care for ADHD from their primary care physician. We welcome the opportunity to help manage your ADHD symptoms in whatever ways you feel most comfortable.
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