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ADD & ADHD services offered nationwide

Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is among the most common mental health condition affecting children and adults. For families who are experiencing these issues, help is available through the care of Horseshoe Healthcare. To book your telehealth visit, call our office to schedule, or try the easy online booking tool.  


What is ADHD?

The terms attention-deficit disorder (ADD) and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are commonly used to refer to the same neurodevelopmental disorder. The condition usually develops during early childhood and persists throughout adulthood. 

While there is no cure for ADHD, working with a skilled coach helps patients learn behavioral skills for success at school, at home and in social settings. Treatment also helps parents/family, spouses/partners and friends learn how to better understand and respond to the behavior of a person with ADHD. 

What are some signs I have ADHD?

Knowing the signs of these common conditions empowers patients to take action. ADHD is classified into types, depending on the symptoms a person experiences. 

Predominantly inattentive presentation

People with this form of ADHD often find it hard to maintain the focus needed to complete a set of instructions or lesson plans. They’re easily distracted and forgetful and sometimes fail to remain engaged in conversations or tasks. 

Predominantly hyperactive-impulsive presentation

People with this form of ADHD struggle to sit still or follow the rules. They often fidget with their hands or feet and are unable to sit in one place even when it is inappropraite for them to move. Impulsive and impatient, these people have difficulty waiting for their turn and sometimes engage in risky behaviors. 

Combined presentation

People with this form of ADHD show signs of both inattentive and hyperactive-impulsive ADHD. 

In many cases, it’s a friend, partner or co-worker who first notices the signs of ADHD. 

What kinds of treatments can help with ADHD?

Drug therapy and other treatment options help you develop the skills needed to live a healthy, happy life. At Horseshoe Healthcare, highly skilled and experienced practitioners can provide diagnostic and treatment services. 

Telehealth visits mean there’s no need to get ready, travel across town and wait to be seen. You simply connect at the designated time and work one-on-one with your provider. 

There are medications to help with ADHD, but drug therapy is never the only approach. Your practitioner can suggest coaching that helps you identify areas where improvements can be made, set goals and learn new skills. 

When you’re ready to begin, call the office or spend a few moments on the online booking page to find a time that works with your schedule.