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At Hagan Health, we understand ADHD. Those with ADHD have a different kind of brain. We have a positive approach in evaluating and treating ADHD. People who have an ADHD brain are bright, creative people with an unusual degree of intuition. However, they often have difficulty focusing on things that are not particularly interesting, there is a tendency to be disorganized, and frequently they experience hyperactivity and racing thoughts. We encourage the value of having fun in a healthy and productive way, and "keeping it interesting" by creatively collaborating with others.

The Hagan Health ADHD Clinic offers comprehensive and individualized treatment plans that may include a combination of psychotherapy, ADHD education, and medication management. New patients are evaluated by Dr. Hagan to determine the best treatment for your individual needs. Dr. Hagan relies on his extensive knowledge and experience as a neurosurgeon who understands the brain, and as a psychiatrist who understands the mind Psychotherapy and ADHD education. He is assisted by Andrew Swan LCSW who is an expert in helping you navigate topics such as:
  • General perspectives on ADHD
  • Organizational enhancement
  • The ADHD effect on relationships
  • Lifestyle issues of sleep, diet and exercise
  • Academic Strengths of the ADHD Student
  • Parenting the ADHD Child
  • Medication management

ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) is a neurobehavioral disorder of childhood that often persists into adulthood. People with ADHD may have trouble paying attention, controlling impulsive behaviors (acting without thinking what the result will be), or be hyperactive. Although there is no cure for/ADHD, it can be successfully managed. To learn more about attention deficit disorders, visit the CDC.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) 1 in 10 children age 4-17 have a current diagnosis of an Attention Deficit Disorder.

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