Our expert says:
He might indeed have Dyslexia, though there are other possible explanations, too. Ignore people who suggest he should see a physiotherapist --- they are not trained or wualified to make such diagnoses, though they might, if the diagnosis has been properly made, be able to help deal with it.
Some pediatricians have an interest in and competency in diagnosing conditions like Dyslexia, but a child psychologist or child psychiatrist, would probably be best.
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