Dore claims to have a “Ground Breaking Drug-Free Treatment for ADHD”
Posted Nov 17 2008 9:04pm
Dore seems to be on to something with this one. I’ll be interested to see how it plays out over time.
Their official press release:
SUDBURY, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–U.S. researchers discover that the brains of children and teenagers with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) are three years delayed compared with typically developing children.
“What I wouldn’t take away from this study is: ‘ Just sit and wait three years and your kid will be OK. We know ADHD is a real problem for children, their families and schools, and it does need treatment, ’ ” says Dr. Philip Shaw of the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), lead author of the study.
Half of the U.S. children who meet diagnostic criteria for ADHD receive treatment. First line treatment often includes medication such as Ritalin, a stimulant intended to lower impulsiveness, hyperactivity and improve attention. Many parents avoid medicating their children due to concerns about adverse side effects. Those parents who choose medication often do so for a lack of better alternatives. Now, children and adults with ADHD, Dyslexia and Asperger ’ s in Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Los Angles and Phoenix have a medication-free alternative treatment.
Wynford Dore, successful British businessman and founder of the Dore Program, a clinically proven alternative treatment for ADHD, dyslexia, and Asperger’s says, “At Dore, we develop the cerebellum, the root cause of the problem, rather than masking symptoms. ” The Dore Program uses individually tailored eye, balance, and sensory exercises performed at home 5-10 minutes twice daily with one center visit every six weeks. Today, the Dore Program helps more than 50,000 people worldwide.
Dr. Edward Hallowell, world renowned ADHD expert and author of Driven to Distraction states, “Wynford Dore and his research team have developed a ground-breaking new treatment for ADHD, dyslexia, and other conditions that derive entirely or in part from cerebellar dysfunction. I have followed the development of this work for three years now, and my own son and wife have benefited tremendously by going on the program. I am now convinced that this is the most exciting new treatment to appear since the advent of stimulant medication in 1937. ”
For additional information about Dore: The Ground Breaking New Treatment for ADHD call 877-855-Dore and receive a free DVD, or visit Dore on the web at www.doreusa.com