• Hoover, Alabama
  • 3829 Lorna Road, Suite 328, Hoover, AL
  • 205-968-1518
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Hoover, Alabama
  • Diagnosis and Treatments for ADHD in Children, Adolescents, and young Adults. We are currently accepting new patients from ages 5-29. We accept most insurance but plan benefits and coverages will vary.
  • Hours
  • Monday – Thursday 8am – 5pm, Closed Friday
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Tamara Mason, MD

Originally from Gloucester, Virginia, Dr. Tamara Mason, board-certified pediatrician, graduated from the College of William and Mary and Eastern Virginia Medical School. She completed her residency at the University of Alabama-Birmingham Hospital.   For two decades, Dr. Mason dedicated herself to delivering comprehensive pediatric care to children ranging from newborns to teens. Driven by a strong passion for mental health, particularly ADHD, she joined Focus-MD in 2023 to help children with ADHD unlock their full potential. Dr. Mason and her husband are the parents of three children. Outside of the clinic, she can be found sitting outside reading a good book, attending her children’s sporting events, traveling to visit family, or spending quality time with her beloved dogs.

Shanda Cotney-Adams, MSN, CRNP

Nurse Practitioner Shanda Cotney-Adams

Day 31: 31 Ways to Make ADHD Medication Less Scary Before Halloween

I’m scared to give any other medication with my child’s ADHD medication Here at the end of October, we’re kicking off cold and flu season and a lot of parents are scared of when their child gets sick because they…

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Day 30: 31 Ways to Make ADHD Medication Less Scary Before Halloween

I’ve read that ADHD medication can make my acne worse Now that’s scary! It’s a little less common, but while we’re on the subject of skin, let’s talk about acne and ADHD medication. Teenage patients certainly fear anything that may…

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Day 29: 31 Ways to Make ADHD Medication Less Scary Before Halloween

I’m Afraid that ADHD Medication Will Hurt My Child’s Sports Performance I forgot one thing that some parents fear about stimulant medication, and that is that they can sometimes seem to affect sports performance in an adverse way. In general,…

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