The New ADHD Medication Rules: Brain Science & Common Sense (Paperback)
Brain Science & Common Sense
Koehler Books, 9781938467226, 180pp.
Publication Date: January 1, 2013
Medical treatment for ADHD fails far too often not because of the drugs themselves, but how they are managed. New ADHD Medication Rules deals with the over medication, missed diagnoses, and imbalanced medical treatments used today in the treatment of ADHD. Dr. Parker shows where and how these imbalances occur, provides the data and explanations for why the treatment is incorrect, and then simplifies and explains the proper methods for dealing with ADHD, both for medical practitioner and parents of kids and adults with ADHD. In the only book of its kind, Dr. Charles Parker clearly explains how these uncertainties happen, and how insightful communication with professionals can dramatically improve treatment using available methods assembled from hard data, clinical experience and laboratory research.
About the Author
As a neuroscience consultant, child and adult psychiatrist with more than forty-three years of experience in the office trenches, and twenty years teaching medical professionals nationally, Dr. Parker brings a fresh, comprehensive street sense to the variety of clinical challenges seen in everyday psychiatric problems. From ADHD meds, to addiction recovery, to specific neurotransmitter measurements and SPECT functional brain imaging, Parker encourages a fresh perspective based on real data. New, easily measurable brain evidence points weave a complex, interactive mind-body web that maps out improved ADHD treatment protocols. It sounds complicated but creates common sense, workable solutions. Dopamine receptors matter. Genetics, nutrition, and immunity issues matter every day. Parker regularly reports new science findings in over 400 articles on the award-winning CorePsych site.