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Treating Sensory Impairment Dysfunction

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Treating Sensory Impairment Dysfunction

Children's Health

Treating Sensory Impairment Dysfunction

Treating Sensory Impairment Dysfunction

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Sensory integration dysfunction is a disorder that leaves some children's skin hypersensitive to touch — and is often combined with learning disabilities and autistic tendencies. Dr. Sydney Spiesel, a pediatrician, discusses the disorder with Madeleine Brand.