Where is "Uccupational Therapy" coming from?

The website http://irvinetherapyservices.com is written in WordPress, about which I know next to nothing. I developed the original site in HTML but the client has since rewritten it in WordPress.

Using Google, Yahoo, or Bing to search for "Irvine Therapy Services" finds the website okay but it shows a description of  "Uccupational Therapy . .  . ," rather than "Occupational Therapy . . . ," no matter which of the three search engine is used.

Since the problem is the same regardless of the search engine, I've assumed it is in the source code, but I'll be **** if I can find it.

Please help!!!!!
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lamaslanyConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Each search engine should offer a way to remove an entry.  

For example Google has this:  http://www.google.com/support/webmasters/bin/answer.py?answer=164734

Alternatively you can create a page of the same name and the next time the search engines crawl it it'll overwrite the existing cached info.
I would guess that it is picking it up from a previous crawl of http://www.irvinetherapyservices.com/intro.htm (which no longer seems to exist).
Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
And apparently there was a link from 'livestrong' that included it too.  That link is now gone.
cbuttonAuthor Commented:
I think you're probably right. Is there a way to get rid of the results of a previous crawl?
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