Actually, it's not so much the sense-making regarding ligaments in the eyes. There could be some other connection that's impaired by the lovely collagen warp, but I'm not sure where.
If it was ligaments, it would be a 'mechanical' problem, and probably correctable, by lenses or surgery. My understanding is that dyslexia is a result of mixed up neurons or nerve pathways.
I'm not reading dyslexic, but I frequently get switched up in my typing. I switch fingers for the letters I'm intending. This is very common. There's acupressure points that will help it. They call them 'brain buttons', and they're just below the pointy parts of your collarbone below your throat. There's a little indentation right under the bones. I wouldn't recommend it if I hadn't done it.
Actually, there's a great little book called 'Brain Gym' which is full of energy exercises, for anyone, but the book is specifically aimed for children. It's got things to calm them, and the brain buttons to help thinking, and stuff like that. If anyone's interested, I can hunt up the author or a link or something.
It's not just a body, it's an adventure!