Dyslexia and ADD:  Ground Breaking Research

Harold Levinson is a world-renowned psychiatrist and neurologist. He is credited with bringing about a dramatic medical breakthrough in the understanding, diagnosis, and successful treatment of dyslexia and its many related signal-scrambling disturbances of the inner ear and its supercomputer, the cerebellum, the lower brain of humans and the highest brain of most animals. Dr. Levinson began his dyslexia research more than thirty-five years ago within the New York City Board of Education. Formerly clinical associate professor of psychiatry at New York University Medical Center, Dr. Levinson is now director of the Medical Dyslexic Treatment Center (also called the Levinson Medical Center for Learning Disabilities) in Great Neck, New York.

He has written numerous articles and books including A Solution to the Riddle-Dyslexia, Smart But Feeling Dumb, The Upside Down Kids, and Phobia Free.

As a result of Dr. Levinson’s extensive research, there is now renewed hope and often rapid and dramatic help for all children an adults with numerous learning disorders.

His website is  www.dyslexiaonline.com