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I organized New ADHD Medication Rules after years of picking up the pieces during difficult second opinions in my office - both from my own treatment failures and my colleagues who missed aspects of the medication treatment process. To this day far too many simply write for ADHD meds without remotely thinking about the complexity, the details or the long term implications of medication management.
New Rules translates available Brain Science into Common Sense applications.
New ADHD Medication Rules reports understandable, data driven standards that arise directly from the extensive literature on medications, and from the newest information on brain imaging, immune system challenges, metabolic problems and simple genetic issues that often go overlooked when using ADHD meds. Symptom targets need improvement, and dosage strategies need far more precise attention.
I've taught other medical professionals to use New Rules medication protocols for ADHD medications since 1996 all across the USA - from LA and Seattle, to NYC, Boston San Francisco and Chicago, and know that they work because I've updated and self-corrected these New Rules regularly as fresh brain science discoveries emerged. From functional SPECT brain imaging to neurotransmitter measurements, to understanding immunity challenges such as gluten and casein, neuroscience discoveries create more predictable outcomes - but only if used in the office.
ADHD is the most frequently misunderstood, misdiagnosed and mistreated psychiatric condition on the planet--and fresh neuroscience spells out the underlying details for improved, more predictable recovery. With New Rules the reader can participate in these next essential changed changes for ADHD medical care.
As a pharmacist recently diagnosed with adult ADHD, Dr. Parker's book is the very best reference work on ADHD medications and determinnng the right dosage. What Dr. Read morePublished 6 months ago by KEVIN DRAKE
A lot of good an updated info for adhd.
I wish that all the practiotioners would take adhd more seriously therefore avoiding unnecessary mistakes. Read more
This book covers all the bases and then some! Dr Charles Parker is quite skilled at addressing the many factors of successfully treating and managing ADHD and related concerns.Published 6 months ago by jess
Expected much, got little. The premise is so good, I wish it worked.. Wanted practical guidance on medication. Seems to be untested.. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Allison Martin
Many patients who are having problems are
grouped as Bi-polar or Anti- Social.
Could be ADD even the patients believe,
they are sick, when its a simple... Read more
A lot of people these days live very self-centered lives. Clearly it is beyond KidPsychDoc how a physician could be as selfless, and insightful as Dr. Parker. Dr. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Bentley Humphries
I cant say enough about this book. It has helped me choose the meds that are right for my son, and when his doctors suggest meds I have something I can go to. Its my ADHD bible.Published 8 months ago by shonna cook
I am SO glad I found Dr. Parker. He has helped me and so many others. We did a 3 part Webinar with him on TOTALLYADD.com and he is a fountain of knowledge. And so understanding.Published 9 months ago by Kim from Kanada
This book is well written and really helped me gain insight surrounding ADHD and meds. It was helpful when it came time for the doctor to prescribe meds for my child as I was... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Amazon Customer