March 7, 2018

ADHD and Learning Disability Rehabilitation

Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a brain disorder that can interfere with brain function and development. Symptoms of ADHD often include hyperactivity, inability to focus, and impulsiveness. In children, the most common symptom is hyperactivity.

At some point, everyone probably experiences hyperactivity, lack of focus, and impulsivity. However, patients with ADHD will experience these symptoms much more frequently or much more severely, to the point where their job, schoolwork, or other aspects of their lives are negatively affected.

If you suspect that you or your loved one struggles with ADHD, then you should see a doctor to have the condition diagnosed. Then you can discuss your treatment options with an ADHD rehabilitation specialist.

Learn Why Rehab Works

A variety of treatment options exist for ADHD, including medication and therapy. While medication can sometimes help those with ADHD, therapy and further education are often beneficial. Therapy helps you better understand your disability and teaches you ways to combat the symptoms.

Often, those with ADHD will have a learning disability because of their inability to focus on specific details, stay organized, and meet deadlines. Because of this, ADHD or learning disability rehabilitation is often a good choice.

Andrew Amigo, Founder of The Accomplished Brain, has an in-depth understanding of how the brain and nervous system work. He also has an incredible understanding of how all structures connect together. With this unique knowledge and understanding, Andrew can help his clients who have complex cases, like kids with ADHD, by giving simple interventions, such as exercise, nutrition, and supplements, to get great results.

Andrew uses simple evaluations of things like posture, eye movements, coordination, balance, and gait to find weaknesses and overactivity in specific parts of the brain. Andrew will use simple exercises to correct the asymmetry and create balance in the brain which will improve function in kids with ADHD.

Meeting with a specialist like Andrew will not only help you or your child better understand ADHD but also the rest of your friends and family because they will learn how to help you succeed in school, work, relationships, and any other aspects of your life.

Schedule an Appointment Today

If you or your child is struggling in school and other activities due to ADHD or a learning disability, then let The Accomplished Brain help. We will use our knowledge and understanding of these neurological issues to help you learn more about them and how to best deal with them. To schedule an appointment with Andrew Amigo or just discuss your options, call (646) 932-1010 or fill out our online contact form.