Richard Saul, M.D., is a fellow with the American Academy of Pediatrics and an associate fellow at the American Academy of neurology. He is an attending physician at NorthShore University Health System and Children’s Memorial Hospital in Chicago, as well as the author of ADHD Does Not Exist.
Adhd exists, but ONLY as a group of symptoms.
Underlying these symptoms are as many as twenty five conditions; vision problems, hearing problems, mood disorders, depression, Tourette Syndrome, sensory processind,learning difficulties.
I will address these with each submission.