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A.D.H.D.  Testing

Our practice uses QbTest. This is one of the widest FDA cleared medical devices that provides objective data for diagnosing and treating ADHD for patients ages 6-60. We would like to share information with you on this device, what the providers can measure and how it works.


The evidence-based testing, performed in our clinic, is different than traditional testing that you may have seen or have familiarity with. Our practice uses QbTest to increase safety, improve the quality of care we can provide our patients, enhance our assessment visits for initial evaluation of ADHD symptoms, and help measure how our patients are responding to treatment that has been prescribed by their provider.


QbTest involves a 15 to 20 minute, nonverbal, continuous performance test that appears on the computer. QbTest is a computer assisted attention and impulse control task and simultaneous recording of activity using an infrared camera for very precise motion measurements. The results are then compared to an age and gender matched normative group, and are then incorporated into the clinical interview and rating scales to reach a more accurate diagnosis. If an ADHD diagnosis is established, QbTest is used to help monitor the patient’s response to treatment, and aids our clinic in achieving treatment optimization.


If it is determined that you do have ADHD, follow up testing may be required once treatment is prescribed. This information will help guide our clinicians to improve your care. 


We strive to individualize the care and treatment for our patients. Our goal is to bring more objective measures to the process of diagnosing and treating those with ADHD in our community. Please feel free to reach out to me if you would like to  learn more about how we are working to improve our patients’ outcomes and create a better view of ADHD.

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