Case Study – Dyslexia

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Case Study Submission by: Dr. George Gonzalez, D.C., QN

 

List of patient’s conditions and chief complaints:

  • 51 Year Old Male
  • Dyslexia
  • Sensory Processing Disorder – visual and verbal

 

ABSTRACT

SITUATION

The patient is a 51 year old male chiropractor. He practices yoga and maintains a healthy lifestyle. Although never formally diagnosed, the patient presents with dyslexia and an inability to verbally describe the color or shape of an object while maintaining visual contact with said object.

PRESENTATION

The patient was an attendee of the Quantum Neurology™ Rehabilitation seminar and shared his history of reading difficulty since the third grade. He described how his mind would skip and rearrange the words on the page as he would read. Reading has been a life long difficult task for this patient. He would scan each page at least seven times and struggle with comprehension. It was observed that the patient could not visually process and verbalize the color or the shape of an object while maintaining visual contact with the said object. If the patient wanted to describe the color of an object, he would have to visually disconnect by looking away, defocusing or closing his eyes. Once he visually disconnected, he then could verbalize the color or shape of the object. The inability to visually process and describe the color or shape of an object while looking at it had been witnessed by other doctors with patients that have been diagnosed with ADD and Autism.

REHABILITATION

The patient has attended and received neurological rehabilitation at five Quantum Neurology™ Rehabilitation seminars. The issues specifically dealing with his reading and visual processing were not addressed until working with advanced cranial nerve rehabilitation and GAP™ protocols. The patient received five corrections over the period of 7 months. The patient also performed cranial nerve exercises at home to maintain the gains from his rehabilitation. The GRT LITE™ and ArthroStim® instruments were used during his rehabilitation sessions.

OUTCOME

After his first correction, the patient showed immediate and significant improvements in his reading ability, reading speed, cadence, rhythm and intonation. Six months later he received his second correction. He again showed immediate and significant improvement after his second rehabilitation in the areas mentioned above. During the patient’s third seminar he discovered his inability to visually process and describe the color of objects while maintaining visual contact. This showed immediate improvement after it was addressed and rehabilitated. At the patient’s fifth seminar he shared that he also discovered that he was unable to verbalize single letters or the shape of objects while maintaining visual contact with said letter or object. The patient now has the ability to describe the color and shape of an object while maintaining visual contact with it. The patient described the feeling of having a rock removed from his head. He describes reading as enjoyable, and can read clearly with comprehension. He can also describe the color and shape of objects and letters while maintaining visual contact.

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