Rebuilding without medication.
Our brain-based therapies construct or rebuild neural pathways to help patients alleviate symptoms without medication. We take the time to understand each patientsâ€™ unique group of symptoms and craft an immersive treatment program that best suits their needs.
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), characterized by a combination of inattentiveness, hyperactivity and impulsivity is the most commonly diagnosed behavioral disorder in children.
It can have a significant impact on a childâ€™s quality of life both in school and at home. ADHD Is often aggressively treated with medication.
At the Dr. Lemmo Brain Centre, we believe that a diagnosis of ADHD does not need to be a signpost towards prescription medication treatment only.
Our brain-based therapies can help improve control over symptoms. This brings more positive, productive engagement in school and family activities.
We offer individualized diagnostic and treatment overseen by Dr. Anthony Lemmo.
Our intensive, individualized and immersive patient engagement model allows us to continuously measure progress and refine treatment regimens to optimize outcomes. We strive to achieve measurable results every day to significantly improve the lives and function of our patients.
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Additional ResourcesAltered Control of Visual Fixation and Saccadic Eye Movements in Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder | Journal of Neurophysiology
Dr. Lemmo gave me all these exercises to do. I started to not make any facial expressions or noises. I was definitely able to concentrate more and I got a lot more work done. And then we would have to keep upgrading my exercises because my brain would start to strengthen. That kept helping and my concentration just kept getting stronger and stronger.
I spent years looking for a cure and Dr. Lemmo was just around the corner. It's unbelievable, really, we're so grateful. I wish we would have ran into Dr. Lemmo 5 years earlier. We could have saved ourselves a lot of money and we could have saved medicating my son.