“Conventional beliefs about dyslexia blame it on a dysfunction within the brain, but there are other theories.Harold N. Levinson, M.D., in Smart but Feeling Dumb (1994), expresses the belief that dyslexia basically stems from an inner ear dysfunction. His reasoning is that the inner ear, mediated by the cerebellum, is vital to the ability of the eyes to track, sort out and make sense of what they see, including the printed word….. “ The trigger point therapy workbook…by Clair Davies

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