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A Qualified Diagnosis

"My son's teacher thinks he might have ADHD. Who can diagnose him and treat this disorder?"

by Larry Silver, M.D.


ADHD is a neurological disorder. Psychiatrists are qualified to diagnose and treat the condition. However, physicians, teachers, parents, or other mental health professionals may be the first to notice the symptoms that prompt a professional evaluation.


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