We get to the bottom of your child’s ADHD before developing a treatment plan customized to their unique set of needs.

Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a cognitive disorder characterized by a pattern of inattentive and/or hyperactive and impulsive behaviour. The inattentive subtype of this condition is defined by poor focus, disorganization, and inability to stay on task. The hyperactive and impulsive subtype of this condition is defined by hyperactive or manic energy, fidgeting, restlessness, impulsive behaviour, excessive movement and inappropriate/excessive talk or laughter.

ADHD is a multifactorial condition. This means that every child is unique and the causative and contributing factors that present in ADHD symptoms are specific and unique to each child. Proper testing and a careful assessment are essential for determining the best methods of treatment for your child.

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The following tests may be warranted, depending on the case:

  • Organic Acids Testing
  • Food Sensitivity Panel
  • Gluten + casein peptides
  • Toxic and Essential Element Testing
  • Stool analysis for bacterial and yeast overgrowth, beneficial bacteria levels and parasitology
  • Strep throat swab and culture
  • Additional Strep swabs: nasal, teeth/gums/tongue, perianal, stool
  • Strep antibody titres: Antistreptolysin-O titer (ASOT), Anti-DNase B Antibody titer
  • Testing for other infections such as: Mycoplasma, Lyme disease and co-infections, Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) I and II, Human Herpes Virus (HHV6), Epstein Barr Virus (EBV), Cytomegalovirus (CMV)
  • Specific vitamin and mineral levels
  • Blood count and blood chemistry
  • Neurotransmitter testing
  • Kryptopyrrole testing


Treatment is based on what is found during testing, and the specific protocol is catered to the child and the needs of their family.

Treatment may include:

  • Diet and nutrition counseling
  • Supplementation to compensate for deficiencies and support various organs and systems
  • Detoxification programs
  • Heavy metal chelation
  • Natural or pharmaceutical anti-microbials to address yeast/fungal, bacterial, viral, or parasite infection
  • Natural neurotransmitter balancing
  • Gastrointestinal treatment for Leaky Gut Syndrome, SIBO (small intestinal bacterial overgrowth), and other imbalances that may influence the Gut-Brain Connection

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