Roadmap/pathway to cure of the cause of dyslexia

 

It is  difficult to read, if one does not see and to follow communication, if you donít hear correctly.

 

When one watches forward  with outstretched hand, the area of the thumbnail representing fovea area on retina of the eye, is seen accurately and in colors. What we see, is in brain in visual cortex. The big picture is created through saccades, mean three times a second in the way not known.

These saccades, fast eyeball movements, are performed with strictly coordinated  eye muscle contractions.

 

These eye muscle functions are trained by the brain stem programs, which develop as a consequence of keeping the vision always accurate and stable through the input of three vestibular canals of the equilibrium organ on both sides .

Thus we  see correctly the picture created  in our brain in the way not known today,

 

The OCI, otolith canal irritation, named by Rahko, is a very common disturbance of the vestibular canals. When otoconia, hereditarily, go to vestibular canals, they produce a disturbance, statistical inaccuracy in the eye movement coordination.

 

This makes it very difficult to see correctly and rapidly.

The lines are jumping, the intervals between words are not seen, the field of  vision is narrow, you read forward and backwards, because you see only one word, the comprehension of the sentence is difficult, everything is slow.

 

The visual cortex and auditory cortex parts are neighbours in brain. When the correction of visual cortex function is done, it helps the auditory one too. Common functions etc.

 

When everything is instant, fast, clear and easy, it is easier to remember.

 

The result:   the cause of dyslexia

-         visual difficulties

-         speech comprehension difficulties

-         short term memory difficulties

-       heredity effect

 

-          all are corrected by this method curing the hereditary saccade accuracy problems.

-         See the scientific basis: www.kolumbus.fi/tapani.rahko or www.readingoci.org

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-         Tapani Rahko M.D. Ph.D. Adj. Prof