Dyslexia and Learning Difficutlies?
Learning Difficulties Treatment
Learning difficulties can arise from a difference in maturation in a number of brain areas giving rise to a variety of specific learning difficulties, including central auditory processing disorder (CAPD) and short-term working memory (STWM) problems. See our sections on Visual Processing Disorder and Central Auditory Processing Disorder for more information. Learning difficulties respond very well to neurotherapy. Many studies finding an average of 15 point IQ increases following neurotherapy.
Treatment of Dyslexia and Learning Difficulties
The clinic uses a two prong approach to learning difficulties treatment. Each of the approaches used have individually been shown to be effective in significantly improving symptoms of dyslexia and learning difficulties in a number of well-designed controlled studies. When used together as a two-step program in this order, they provide the best learning difficulties treatment options.
- A specific Nutrient supplementation program is used to promote optimum brain cells and structures.
- Neurotherapy is used to reduce excessive slow brainwave activity associated with Learning Difficulties and to promote optimum connectivity between brain structures as these are essential for learning and acquisition of knowledge.
Neurotherapy and nutritional supplementation are discussed elsewhere on this web site.