Get help from an Atlanta psychiatrist who specializes in Adult Attention Deficit Disorder (AADD/ADD). Whether you’re new to the Atlanta area, seeking help for the first time or want to find a new doctor — our friendly staff would love to help you! Contact us to request an appointment.
ADHD can cause the following behaviors:
Careless mistakes and distractibility
Lack of sustained attention
Poor concentration and organization
Hyperactivity or feeling restless
Difficulty with quiet activities
Take control today. Improve your focus and peer relations. Boost your work, school, and personal success. Enhance your overall quality of life. Dr. Hege prescribes ADHD medications like Adderall, Concerta, Vyvanse, and Ritalin to help control attention deficit symptoms.
Dr. Hege is a fantastic physician. As a patient living with ADHD since my teenage years, he is the only doctor i have ever seen that does not treat me differently cause of my illness; all the others doctors I saw previously were insensitive and treated me like I was a drug addict cause I asked for Adderall. Not Dr. Hege – he specializes in ADHD patients and he is the only one who actually took the time to monitor and change my dose as needed in order to ensure a better quality of life for me.
Dr. Darvin Hege, MD, PC, is based in Atlanta, Georgia, and certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, and the American Society of Addiction Medicine. He is an Emory Hospital residency trained psychiatrist who has been practicing psychiatry for more than 25 years. He maintains over 50 hours of AMA certified education each year to stay informed of advances in psychiatry and ADHD/ADD. Dr. Hege is passionate about using the most advanced technology, new medicines, and refined diagnoses to ensure his adult patients receive the best possible care.
Dr. Hege’s Atlanta psychiatric practice focuses on the assessment, diagnosis, treatment and medication management of adult ADHD, ADD, women with ADHD, substance addiction, panic attacks, PTSD, depression and bipolar disorder.