Does your child seem withdrawn and depressed?
Does your child forget that they have homework?
Is it a constant struggle to keep your child’s attention?
All of the above are symptoms of ADHD/ADD and are present before the age of seven. According to the CDC, in North Carolina alone over 80% of children will be treated for ADHD/ADD with medications, with less than 40% receiving behavioral therapy. The side effect of these medications include: sleep problems, delayed growth and headaches. Some of the medications that are extended release can cause some eating disorders such as bulimia and anorexia. The sadness comes when these drugs lead to more serious issues during the adolescent years.
Our office is dedicated to finding natural health care solutions, we offer alternative Acuscope therapy for ADHD/ADD. Acuscope is energy medicine that simulates the brain to heal and repair lesions, stimulating the brain on a cellular level. This is a non-invasive treatment. Treatment times vary from 30 minutes to 1 hour. During your treatment you will be in a relaxed and quiet environment.
Anxiety/Depression & Acuscope
“Our son started coming to your office for anxiety issues he has struggled with for years. He also had developed an eye twitch. His first session was a laser treatment. His next treatment was a combination of laser and acuscope. After his second treatment, we immediately noticed his eye twitch had become less. He was noticeably more talkative and outgoing and he had a very time with certain transitions that would normally be difficult for him. We now have been through four treatments. He has decided to go out for football, which he has never played before. Normally, his anxiety would prohibit him from starting something new. Not only did he start playing football, he is actually having a great time! Worry free! Our entire family is becoming more relaxed as a result! We are no longer dreading the start of the school year, but happy that our son can enjoy things in life that children should be enjoying! If someone would have told us we would have these results, we may not have believed them. We can’t wait to see what happens next.” …SB, Mars Hill, NC