Harry Verby, M.D.

1660 South Amphlett Blvd., Suite 306
San Mateo, CA 94402
Phone: 650-344-2704
Fax: 650-655-7233
Email:HarryVerbyMD@adhdMD.net
Behaviorial Medical Clinic
Diagnosis and Treatment of ADD/ADHD and related disorders
in Children, Adolescents and Adults
Dr. Verby ADHD ADD Treatment Diagnosis

About Dr. Harry Verby

Dr. Verby ADD ADHD Doctor

In June of 2000, after more than thirty years of diagnosing and treating children, adolescents and adults with ADHD, Harry D. Verby, M.D. transitioned from his pediatrics practice and has since devoted himself solely to the diagnosis and treatment of ADD/ADHD and its associated medical conditions.

His experience in dealing with ADHD in his own family and his patients motivated him to establish the Behavioral Medical Clinic in San Mateo, California. He wanted to create a Clinic with a caring atmosphere where ADD/ADHD patients could

turn to for the best comprehensive diagnosis and latest (medical and non-medical) innovations in treating the disorder. Dr Verby received his MD from Suny Buffalo Medical School and did his internship and residency at UCSF Medical Center and Stanford University. Dr. Verby was named as one of the top 500 physicians in the San Francisco Bay Area by San Francisco Magazine.

Dr. Verby is a nationally recognized expert in medication management for ADD/ADHD patients. He is a regular speaker at medical symposiums, lecturing physician groups on the latest pharmacological innovations in ADD/ADHD treatment. In his practice, he also prescribes a comprehensive treatment plan individualized for each patient that includes nutrition and dietary supplements, exercise, educational accommodations, psychological counseling, ADHD coaching, occupational therapy, medications, and other treatment modalities.

Publications and in the press
ADD in the Young Child by Cathy Reimers, Ph.D. - Dr. Verby authored the section on pediatric diagnosis and medication management of childhood ADHD

Learning to Cope with Childhood Disorders; New clinic treats ADD, ADHD and other ailments - The Independent

Pediatrician leaves practice for new challenge - The Independent

Our 500 Most Trusted Physicians - San Francisco Magazine