RECOVERY CASE STUDIES
Elizabeth’s Recovery of Distressing Vertigo and Tinnitus
Elizabeth had chronic dizziness and tinnitus with a high symptom score of 72%. She had no exact diagnosis from her doctors but she did have medical clearance. Elizabeth began the ROCK STEADY program and also did Private Therapy with me to learn how to use neuroplasticity for her healing. She is back to normal. She loves her body and she feels better than ever. Elizabeth says that she had lost herself and now has her younger ‘inner child’ self back. Elizabeth’s symptom score reduced to 0%.
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 symptom 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”
Bruce’s Tinnitus (and Sleep) Recovery
Bruce shares his recovery of severe tinnitus and sleep disturbance. His symptom disability score reduced from 26 to 0 while using ROCK STEADY skills and tools. Bruce shares his perspective about going within and doing what you can to rewire the brain, to completely ease symptoms.
Randi’s Recovery Case Study for Lifelong dizziness and Migraine
Randi shares her experience with lifelong migraine and positional vertigo. Her initial perceived disability score was at a maximum of 100. She now has completed 5 of the 6 Modules of ROCK STEADY and has already seen her symptom score reduce to only 4. Randi shares her journey of becoming empowered. From feeling alone and debilitated to healing.
Nahdia’s Case Study: Healing Tinnitus with Heart
Meet Nahdia. She shares her recovery story of both tinnitus and feeling not-quite-right. Her Beautiful Balance healing was deeply embedded in searching for meaning, finding a career that was in alignment with her values and living with her heart. Nahdia had an initial perceived disability score of 26 that has since reduced to only 4. She has completed 4 of the 6 ROCK STEADY Modules and continues with her healing process on her own terms.
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: https://luminessencefilms.com
Scott’s Recovery of Social Anxiety, BPPV and Persistent Dizziness.
Scott shares his recovery of persistent vertigo and social anxiety. His initial perceived disability of 44 reduced all the way down to 0. Scott has returned to normal and got his life back. His positional vertigo has resolved, the persistent dizziness in his body has disappeared and his anxiety has been soothed after completing the ROCK STEADY and BEAUTIFUL BALANCE programs.
Recovery of Tinnitus, Dizziness and Sleep with Chona.
Chona had an initial symptom disability score of 64 that included severe tinnitus, sleep disturbance and fear of losing her job. She had a full recovery with her symptoms reducing to 0 after completing ROCK STEADY and BEAUTIFUL BALANCE. She has since been promoted at work, is able to handle more responsibility, has increased confidence and is able to support others with new energy. Chona is able to live her life to the fullest. She is now sleeping deeply and has her life back.
Alison Overcoming Meniere’s Attacks
Alison shares her recovery of severe Meniere’s with weekly vertigo attacks lasting for 24-hours. Alison no longer eats a rigid low-salt diet and has returned to normal. She is back playing tennis and socialising with her loved ones. Her initial perceived disability score of 54 has now reduced to 0 since completing ROCK STEADY and Beautiful Balance.
Recovery After a Decade of BPPV and PPPD
Julie shares her ‘rationalist’ perspective of healing vertigo with a holistic approach. She had tried a decade of physiotherapy, general psychology, medical specialists and medications without success. Julie’s symptom score reduced from 50 to 0 and she keeps improving with time. She completed ROCK STEADY and BEAUTIFUL BALANCE months ago and her symptoms have remained in background of her life allowing her to live normally without fear of BPPV nor PPPD. She has her confidence and independence back.
Recovery of PPPD: from hopelessness to empowerment
Cathy shares her experience of recovery from PPPD. Her initial symptoms score was 78 but she now feels that she is getting back to normal after only Module 3! Cathy describes less fatigue and nausea as well as feeling more confident, less anxiety, less fear and more peace within herself. She says ROCK STEADY is the ‘best thing ever’ for taking back control of her life (after trying everything and still feeling helpless).
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 to only 6.
Ruth reports feeling more ‘free’ in her mind and stronger in her body with a daily practice of 15-minutes.
Judy’s Recovery of Oscillopsia, Persistent Vertigo and Fear
Judy shares her experience of persistent dizziness, anxiety, oscillopsia and her recovery back into normal life (listen here). Judy had an initial perceived disability of 54 that reduced to only 8. She is able to do the things she loves, and feels that she has her ‘power’ back and better understands her ongoing healing process (using ROCK STEADY she is still seeing steady improvements). Listen to Judy’s audio here.
What the ROCK STEADY data shows:
The Success Rates of ROCK STEADY: The data.
*We currently have 1,950 people Seeking Balance** and our data collection shows that symptom progress scores are improving for ROCK STEADY users. The data collected is from clients who consent to be involved in research. We have a research sample of 233 participants. 99% of these ROCK STEADY users report feeling benefit and would recommend the program to those suffering with vertigo or tinnitus.
The average disability score of people prior to commencing ROCK STEADY is 51.8. 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 26.7.
ROCK STEADY participants show an average improvement of 72.6%. This means that they are feeling on average 72.6% better in functional, emotional and positional situations since starting the ROCK STEADY program when compared to their initial perceived symptom score. Of the 41 participants we tracked, 15 of these (36.5%) had more than a 90% improvement in their symptom scores.
NOTE: 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 20th March, 2018