Persistent Dizziness Recovery Case Study  

Elisa had experienced persistent dizziness with anxiety for 12 years.  She had full medical investigation without a clear diagnosis.  She had a perceived disability score of 36% that reduced to 6% by Module 3 of Rock Steady.  She now has a score of 0% and has graduated from Beautiful Balance.  She shares her perspective of the recovery journey.

Elisa says: “I shifted more ‘shit’ in this 4 months than I did in 10 years of therapy”

Recovery of vertigo and tinnitus with Jennie

Jennie was hospitalised with sudden vertigo and hearing loss six years ago. Since then has felt frustrated and depressed with ongoing tinnitus and chronic pain. She talks through her recovery process. Her perceived disability score improved from 36% to only 2% after completing ROCK STEADY and Beautiful Balance.  

Jennie now feels confident and no longer has fear of vertigo, tinnitus or chronic pain.  She says that she has achieved more than she ever expected with neuroplasticity.

Sue’s Video Case Study: severe tinnitus

Sue was referred by her Ear Nose & Throat surgeon to Seeking Balance for support with severe tinnitus.  Her initial disability score was 28% and her main concern at the time was the associated anxiety and sleep disturbance.  She has now completed her Beautiful Balance private therapy program and her disability score has reduced to 0%.  Sue talks about her journey in deciding to reach out for help, and what the holistic process was like for her.

Learn more about Sue here:

Would you like to complete your own disability score to see where you are today?  

Get your score here.

(Please note that these scores are used to monitor progress- they are not used to compare between people!  Your score is for you alone.  I don’t recommend that you compare yourself to others but rather track your changes over time.)

Video Case Study: vestibular migraine “Give it a go”  😉

NOTE: I helped Janice investigate vestibular migraine through private therapy and to better understand her symptoms (that are now resolved).  She reports her perceived disability has improved from 54% to only 8%.  Janice uses The ROCK STEADY Toolkit to keep her in line with her desired outcomes.  She knows exactly what to do each day.  

Janice chooses her skills, tools and exercises at home; she is now happy, confident and independent.

Listen to Ruth’s Meniere’s Case Study (listen here 10 mins).

Ruth shares her story (listen now) on starting the ROCK STEADY program to help her ease her symptoms (foggy, heavy head, tinnitus, dizziness, fear of Meniere’s attacks, avoidance of social events…etc).  Her disability reduced from 84% disability to only 6%.

Ruth reports feeling more ‘free’ in her mind and stronger in her body with a daily practice of 15-minutes.

What the ROCK STEADY data shows:

The Success Rates of ROCK STEADY: The data.

*We currently have 1,620 people Seeking Balance** and our data collection shows that symptom progress scores are improving for ROCK STEADY users.  97% of ROCK STEADY users report feeling benefit and would recommend the program to those suffering with vertigo or tinnitus.  

The average disability score of people who are seeking support but NOT participating in ROCK STEADY is 50.7%.  This means that they experience symptoms more than 50% of the time in functional, emotional or positional situations.  This is a perceived disability in daily life that impacts significantly on their quality of life.  

In contrast, the average perceived disability score of people who are currently participating in ROCK STEADY is only 27.7%.  

ROCK STEADY participants show that their symptoms have halved since starting the program with an average reduction of 23%.  This means that they are feeling better in functional, emotional and positional situations since starting the ROCK STEADY program.

NOTE: This is an average score across all participant scores- some have total recovery of symptoms, some have only completed Module 2 and are still progressing and some participants choose not to complete the progress questionnaires.  Medical advice from your doctor is recommended and we encourage you to inform your doctor about starting ROCK STEADY and to share your progress scores with them.

(Thank you to everyone who has completed questionnaires- I value your time and efforts.  Keep going!)

**As of 9th November, 2017