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It is estimated that dyslexia affects about 5% to 10% of the population globally.

Dyslexia is a neurological condition that affects reading and writing skills. It stems from differences in brain function and structure, not from intelligence, effort, or vision and hearing abilities. Instead, studies have shown that there are differences found in the way the brain develops and functions and in the wiring of the brain. Research also suggests that poor auditory and visual processing play a role. Imaging has shown overactivity in the frontal lobe and under activity in the temporal lobe. The traditional approach to dyslexia involves learning coping strategies.

The Oxford Center approaches Dyslexia from multiple angles. Our therapies focus on both physical recovery as well as neurological recovery.

Learn more about each therapy we utilize below.

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Call 248-486-3636 to schedule a free discovery session with The Oxford Center’s medical staff.

Discovery Session

You’ll sit down with one of our medical staff to discuss your individual health history and condition.

Schedule Your Treatments

Schedule your treatments with any of our schedulers at the front desk or over the phone.