What if dyslexia were just a little obstacle, and not a big mountain? What if that obstacle could be erased quickly and without pain? And what if your child’s dyslexia treatment was all natural, without using drugs or invasive treatments? Dyslexia can be reversed, and the boulders that keep your child from learning can be
Reversing dyslexia is possible, and you don’t need drugs or invasive procedures. Books Neural Therapy™ supports students with dyslexia by helping the nervous system communicate more effectively through gentle realignments of the body. Dyslexia is not the only learning difference or health problem that BNT helps. We have also helped students successfully reverse the effects
As we all know, most doctors consider Ritalin (or other drugs containing methylphenidate) the treatment of choice for ADHD symptoms. I call these medications the “ADHD band-aid” because of how they work and how they affect those who take them. Drugs such as Ritalin work by stimulating the central nervous system. Paradoxically, the child calms
Taken from Chapter 6 of House of Miracles by Bernice Capelle Dotz: Have you ever seen students improve academic skills enough to advance three full grade levels and show significant improvement on standardized tests like the Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency? And this miracle took place after just a few weeks of Books Neural Therapy™?
Taken from Chapter 16, “House of Miracles” by Bernice Dotz In the last blog, Dr. Phyllis Books was working with Dennis, a young man who had attempted suicide five times. Read on to find out how she helped him stop having suicidal thoughts and live the life he was meant to lead. When we left
Taken from Chapter 16, “House of Miracles” by Bernice Dotz “I attempted suicide five times. I tried slashing my wrists and taking ant poison.” Dr. Books called me one day to tell me about Dennis, a patient who needed help. We decided he would stay with me and she would come out to treat him
Did You Know There Are Effective Treatments for ADD, Developmental Delays, and Learning Disabilities?
Taken from Chapter 15, House of Miracles by Bernice Dotz Martin was awkward, moved in an ungraceful fashion, and walked with an unbalanced gait because the neurological pathways from his brain to his muscles were not coordinated or developed. He and his family were told he had ADD, learning disabilities, and developmental delays. He learned
When your child has dyslexia, you may feel alone with nowhere to turn. There are plenty of online resources for dyslexia support for parents, and here is just a sample of what is available. 1International Dyslexia Association: http://www.interdys.org With a mission of promoting literacy through research, education, and advocacy, IDA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization
By Rosita Alvarez As a parent seeking to improve the life of my son, I journeyed through many stages of healing along his side. I passed through an entire spectrum from denial all the way to liberation thanks to Books Neural Therapy. Yes, Denial was first. By six, I knew he was smart as he
As many parts of the globe are entering into colder temperatures, the thought of seasonal allergies seems foreign, but in Central Texas, mold count is high and cedar wind (Juniper pollen) is just around the corner. Many people are suffering from allergies and chronic sinusitis. Mayo Clinic researchers say that they have found that