Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is a mental disorder that commonly affects children. Children with ADHD find it hard to pay attention to some tasks and activities. It is also hard for them to control their behaviour. Because of this, they may have a difficult time in school. Patients with ADHD may need medication, counselling, and therapy to help them cope with their disorder.
Parents of children with ADHD are often willing to travel abroad to seek treatment. It’s a good thing that countries in Southeast Asia now offer special medical care for this condition. Thailand is one of the best places for patients with ADHD as there are many hospitals and special clinics in the country, particularly in the city capital (Bangkok), that specialise in treating the condition. They use different approaches, such as behavioural therapy and psychotherapy to help ADHD patients thrive despite their condition.
Medical care in Southeast Asia is more affordable than in the United States or Europe. In the past, patients always went to the US or UK for treatment because of the high quality of medical care they offer. Today, however, patients can go to Southeast Asia and get the same quality of medical care and save up to 75% of their medical cost.
Southeast Asia now offers the latest treatments and uses the same advanced equipment as hospitals in the West. The region is also known for the advanced skills of its doctors with many of them trained in the US and UK. This means they are proficient with the techniques and standards used in the West.
With all these benefits, it is no wonder why many Southeast Asian hospitals are accredited by the Joint Commission International (JCI) and International Standards Organisation (ISO).