Sorry about your experiences at Medical School but it sounds like you have a solid alternative. I really think I take each question seriously, never the less here is yours: I think you have identified the underlying solution to the best approach to ADHD in that it is multi disciplinary. Most Doctors would agree that medication is the only generally accepted approach to treatment, but this is only one aspect of the multi dicipinary approach. The difficulty lies in the fact that the different options dont work in everyone and you need to "shop" around to find what works for you. Relatively recently a lot of independant university based research has focussed on the cerebellum's role in not only in ADHD but also generally with learning difficulties. Dore is a company that has taken that research to its nect logical conclusiion using the exercises you talk about to "rewire" the cerebellum, making a very large difference to a number of the symptoms associated with learning difficulties. Their progrm is backed up scientifically valid peer-reviewed research and the success rate is remarkable. Check them out on www.dore.co.za
Dr Peter Velloza
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