Dyslexia is a learning disorder that is characterized by difficulty recognizing letters, words, and usually leads to difficulty in school and learning new things.   Most children with dyslexia have average or even above average intelligence, but have trouble processing information.  Dyslexia affects as many as 1 in 5 children in America.

The left hemisphere of the brain controls attention to details, speech, learning, and processing information.  Dyslexia is commonly a symptom of decreased left brain activity, which can lead to difficulty processing speech, reading and writing, language, and understanding mathematics. 

Our approach is to treat the functional and physiological state of the condition.  Regardless of the condition, we evaluate the current state of the brain and body to determine exactly what breakdowns there are in the nervous system that has led to the disorder.  We understand neurodevelopment and the stages of maturation that a developing child goes through, so we can look at primitive and postural reflexes and identify any breakdown or lack of maturation.  Not only do we look at neurodevelopment, we also identify any other contributing factors, such as the digestive system, inflammation, emotional states, or infectious agents. 

Our treatment includes:

  • Primitive Reflex remediation
  • Proprioceptive reflexes
  • Motor Coordination and Reaction Time
  • Auditory Integration
  • Structural Stability
  • Cognitive Processing
  • Balance/vestibular testing
  • Neurosensorimotor Integration
  • Food Sensitivity Identification

Our therapies and diagnostics can help your child achieve their fullest potential.


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