Adult ADHD Treatment
We provide online ADHD treatment and are here to listen to you and help unlock the full power of your potential. If you are experiencing the ADHD symptoms noted below, we can assist you. We perform an ADHD evaluation at the time of your initial consultation. In the event of a positive ADHD diagnosis, we will create a treatment plan tailored to meet your needs.
In addition to these services, Focus Partners has partnered with GeneSight to help us prescribe the ADHD medication that is best suited for your unique DNA profile. More information is below.
We know that your medical needs don’t stop when office hours are over. Our members are able to contact us at any time through the patient portal.
Send a quick message through our patient portal without the need for an additional appointment.
We work with our members’ insurance companies to obtain prior authorizations for ADHD medications as soon as possible upon request.
Easy Follow-Up Appointments
We generally see members on a quarterly basis. If you have questions about medication or otherwise, no need to wait for your follow-up appointment. You can schedule an appointment at any time through the portal.
What is Pharmacogenomics?
Pharmacogenomics is the study of how genes affect a person’s response to drugs. This relatively new field combines pharmacology (the science of drugs) and genomics (the study of genes and their functions) to prescribe effective, safe medications and doses that will be tailored to a person’s genetic makeup.
What is Pharmacogenomic Testing?
Pharmacogenomics testing is a test that allows us to prescribe medications based on your genetic profile to give us the ability to provide you personalized treatment plans for medications. This test is normally covered by insurance, and we will have the test shipped to you directly from the company via FedEx.
How will you use the testing?
The testing allows us to determine which medications will work the best for you based on your genetic profile. It also looks at how you metabolize medications as well as how the neurotransmitters in your brain interact with the medications.
- Lack of focus
- Having a hard time paying attention to details
- Having trouble staying on topic while talking
- Not listening to others and not following social rules
- Forgetting about daily activities
- Easily distracted by things
- Having a hard time getting along with others
- Excessive daydreaming
- Wrapped up in your thoughts and don’t hear others
- Fidgeting and squirming when seated.
- Getting up frequently to walk or run around
- Running or climbing a lot when it’s not appropriate
- Having trouble playing quietly or doing quiet hobbies
- Always “on the go”
- Talking excessively
- Having a hard time waiting your turn
- Blurting out answers before someone finishes asking a question
- Frequently interrupt or intrude on others
- Starting conversations at inappropriate times