A 13-year-young woman was diagnosed with dyslexia and had been receiving remedial work outside of the clinic. After a RightEye assessment and sensorimotor evaluation, Dietz realized the patient was actually not dyslexic and the problem was more related to a visual tracking issue and SI Dysfunction. Following treatment, her scores went up dramatically to several grade levels above where she had initially tested. The patient’s self-esteem and confidence skyrocketed, along with her ability to memorize scripts and read advanced level books.