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Successfully Treating 20+ Diverse Disorders

Dr Levinson has recognized and successfully treated 20+ disorders found to have an underlying inner-ear or cerebellar-vestibular dysfunction.

  1. Some of these differently named disorders are directly or primarily caused by the signal scrambling resulting from an inner-ear dysfunction of varying severities. These include:
    • dyslexia
    • ADHD
    • LD
    • phobias
    • anxiety and mood disorders
    • dysgraphia
    • dyscalculia
    • spelling difficulties
    • speech impairments (dysnomia, dysphasia, dysfluency, stuttering and stammering, dysarticulation...)
    • central auditory processing disorder (CAPD)
    • sensory-motor dysfunction
    • dyspraxia
    • hypotonia
    • vertigo
    • motion sickness
    • cyclical vomiting syndrome
    • pervasive developmental delay(PDD)
    • developmental delays — most all!
    • psychosomatics (headaches, nausea, abdominal complaints...)
    • spatial and timing impairments (orientation and directional uncertainties, difficulty judging/telling time...), etc.
  2. Some of these disorders are due to primary major brain processing impairments which are secondarily complicated by a co-existing and treatable signal-scrambling dysfunction of inner-ear or cerebellar-vestibular origin. These include: