Richard J. Castriotta MD is a medical researcher and member of the Colorado Medical Board. He has also been a Professor at University of Colorado School of Medicine.
As a medical researcher, he has done many research works that involved in the attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, insomnia, Parkinson’s disease, behavioral disorders, learning issues and epilepsy. He also has done a successful research in sleep-related disorder, ADHD and sleeps apnea. He left alone the common medical practice to begin a practice in the field of analysis and treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. As of now, he has seen nearly 5000 patients of both men and women in all age groups.
Dr. Richard J. Castriotta enhanced his knowledge in Attention Hyperactivity Disorder by reading the newsletter and specialty journals. He has worked in so many places in Europe and US with numerous peoples. He has thoroughly enjoyed his job on serving patients.
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Hospital Affiliation: UT Physicians Internal Medicine-Texas Medical Center
Tel. no 805-814-7439
Address: 2182 Park Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90017
- Ages: Adults, Senior Citizens, Young Adults and Parents of children with attention hyperactive disorder
- Patient/Patients Problems: School/College Students, Adults
- Mode of Approach: Remote (Skype, Phone, etc), Individual
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
- ADHD disorder
- Sleep-related issues
Tufts University School of Medicine
Certification maintenance in American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and ongoing medical education
University of Colorado Health Science Center
American Psychological Association (2005)
Dr. Richard J. Castroitta expertise in following fields.
- Sleep Disorders
- Tourette Syndrome
- Learning disabilities