Psychostimulant and Sensory Stimulation Interventions That Target the Reading and Math Deficits of Students With ADHD.
Let me start by saying I did not read the full article and only had access to the summary. I would love to have every article I come by, but the bill would add up fast. This article had an interesting statement made in the results section. Both kids with and without ADHD had improvements in math and reading after receiving sensory stimulation. Not a day goes by in the office that I don’t use a method of sensory stimulation combined with an adjustment to better my patients. Truthfully, when you look at the neurology on the effects of an adjustment, it is basically a sensory stimulus (if you would like to know more about this please ask). There is a lot more I would like to know about this article, especially, the type of sensory stimulus used. Overall, interesting article supporting the only method of treatment for ADHD isn’t medication.