Eye training

By: The Alison Lawson Centre  06/11/2013
Keywords: Attention Deficit Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Dyslexic Children

In simple terms we repair Signal Boxes. . . At the back of each of our eyes there are receiving stations (known as a Macula). These receiving stations relay what they see back to the Signal Box (known as Visual Cortex) in our brain. Which in turn relays the information to our short term memory. This passes this information on to our long term memory. That way the information is properly processed and safely stored away for future use. However when one of the receiving stations is not fixed in place properly, the messages that the brain receives are shaky. When this happens the brain discards the information relayed from the shaky receiving station. In much the same way as if a signal box on a train line was only communicating partial or confusing messages to the train driver, the driver would have to stop as he wouldn't know what he should be doing. This leaves us in a confused state, one in which we are unable to process information clearly & accurately. So in essence the treatment restores the functionality of one of the signal boxes in our brain, which enables correct & clear information to be conveyed in a way that it hasn't been before. The treatment is safe, and non-invasive. NO drugs, glasses or coloured lenses are required, only scientific and medically structured treatment is carried out with full cooperation from patient and with parents/teachers if applicable.

Keywords: Adult Dyslexia, Attention Deficit Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Dyslexia Assessment, Dyslexia Centre, dyslexia testing, Dyslexic Children

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