The team at Millennium Medical Associates is committed to the assessment, treatment, and support of patients with attention deficits. Because we specialize in working with adults with ADD/ADHD, we understand the unique challenges that come with this condition. Our practitioners take the time to get to know each patient and to understand your personal struggles with ADD/ADHD, so that we can offer effective solutions that will allow you to finally get your focus back and perform at your highest potential.
Because it’s a fairly new medical specialty, many doctors haven’t been adequately trained in treating adults with ADD/ADHD. That’s why it’s so important to seek care from a practitioner who is knowledgeable and experienced in treating patients with this condition. At Millennium Medical Associates, our practitioners and staff members are dedicated to working with adults with ADD/ADHD.
There are several treatment options available for adults with ADD/ADHD, including psychotherapy, behavior modification, and medications. Our clinicians prefer to treat ADD/ADHD with medications, as this option generally offers the best evidence-based results for individuals with attention deficits. Research shows that the majority of patients with ADD/ADHD will see an improvement in their symptoms when prescribed an appropriate medication. Both stimulant and non-stimulant medications are available. We also offer referrals for psychotherapy and behavior modification services, for patients who may benefit from a combined treatment approach.
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Stimulant Medication for ADHD:
Stimulants are the most commonly prescribed medications for ADHD.
Some common stimulants used to treat ADHD include:
Daytrana (methylphenidate patch)
Dexedrine or Dextrostat (dextroamphetamine)
Metadate or Methylin (methylphenidate)
Vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine dimesylate)
Non-stimulant Medication for ADHD:
Non-stimulant medications are sometimes used along with, or as an alternative to, stimulants.
Common non-stimulants include: