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THE ROCK STEADY BOOK

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Rock Steady: Healing Vertigo or Tinnitus with Neuroplasticity is a lifeline that reveals the science behind healing chronic unwanted body sounds or sensations. Including practical home exercise ideas at the end of each chapter, we finally have the handbook for overcoming “invisible” symptoms. 

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A stand-alone resource for chronic dizziness or tinnitus.

For sufferers, their family members, and for their multi-modal support team.

Praise and Peer Review Comments for Rock Steady!

“Joey simplifies the complexities of neuroscience… into digestible, effective prose… She fills a void common in Western medicine that neglects the emotional, spiritual, and mental aspects of health, which are critical to recovering…”

Kristen K. Steenerson, MD, Otoneurology, Stanford Balance Center (USA)

"This is the handbook for chronic dizziness and tinnitus. A must-read... (read more)

For anyone suffering from persistent vertigo or tinnitus, or any of the range of vestibular disorders, the Rock Steady book will be a game changer.

Rock Steady not only helped me heal a hybrid Meniere’s/Vestibular Migraine diagnosis, it has positively impacted every facet of my daily life. I now can honestly say I have my life back.

The book is the perfect adjunct to therapies being offered by neurologists, ear nose and throat specialists, vestibular physiotherapists, psychologists and other health professionals. It will help you understand your diagnosis, work with your ‘not quite right’ feelings and heal.

Rock Steady offers real hope and a true path to recovery.

S. Szangolies, (AUS)

ROCK STEADY is extremely well written—so much research, experience, and passion reflected in its pages. I would recommend it to patients frustrated with their chronic symptoms and searching for how to self-manage their conditions . . . This book supplements greatly our treatment, reinforces our counsel, and provides a sound written resource that patients can repeatedly return to for guidance and information. Patients retain less than 20 percent of what we say, so a reliable written resource would be invaluable.

Ern Chang, General Practitioner, MBBS, MMed (Family Medicine), FRACGP (AUS)

This book is for everyone suffering from tinnitus and vertigo. It will change the way you think about healing and life. As a fighter pilot, I always have a plan with my mission. With ROCK STEADY I learned that I could make a plan for my recovery. . . The plan for me to heal was called neuroplasticity!

Anders Danielsson, Military Pilot (SWE)

What a fabulous teaching resource for vestibular physiotherapists (physical therapists) and medical specialists diagnosing and treating people with symptoms of vertigo or tinnitus. There is a gap in the traditional medical management model for people with persistent symptoms of vertigo and tinnitus, and that gap is filled with this practical and novel approach to recovery. I will refer my patients to this book to provide them hope and understanding of possibilities with neuroplasticity and to encourage their use of the many self-management strategies and tools detailed.

Vicky Stewart, BPhty, PhD, Advanced Vestibular Physiotherapist, Gold Coast University Hospital (AUS)

ROCK STEADY is a good introduction to the concepts of neuroplasticity, mindfulness, and self-compassion for patients with chronic dizziness and tinnitus. It discusses how patients can use these techniques, empowering them to build their own personalized treatment plan, in turn leading to improvement in their symptoms and quality of life.

Debbie Cane, MSC CS, Senior Clinical Scientist and Lecturer in Audiology (UK)

Joey combines clinical with practical information. Her book is vital for patients with dizziness, tinnitus, and all forms of vertigo, as well as for the providers that care for these patients. Joey synthesizes medical fact with emotional support and guidance in a manner that is unique. Her book provides a source of information for both physicians and the patients they treat. I believe it is a resource that should be used by every patient with vertigo, tinnitus, and PPPD, as well as by the physicians that care for them. ROCK STEADY is a bridge between medicine and physical therapy and is simply unique in its reach.

Kenneth Beer, MD, FAAD; Professor, University of Miami; Consulting Associate, Duke University; Clinical Associate in Dermatology, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine (USA)

ROCK STEADY provides a fresh perspective on helping people to experience their vertigo and tinnitus not as harmful or even benign body sensations, but as gifts that offer opportunities to become one’s fullest, most vibrant self. I recommend this book to anyone who is distressed or confused by their body sensations and would like to get acquainted with their own wisdom.

Melissa Platt, PhD, Licensed Clinical Psychologist specializing in healing complex trauma (USA)

As a specialized vestibular audiologist, I hate feeling like someone who has to say “there is nothing more we can do” or feeling time restricted in sessions with clients. ROCK STEADY is a wonderful resource for clients to feel empowered rather than stuck or hopeless. I feel better knowing that they have somewhere to go for guidance with their ongoing personal recovery following medical investigation.

Johanna Tan, BA(Hon), MClinAud, MAudA (CCP), Senior Vestibular Audiologist for Bendigo Health (AUS)

This book is literally a lifesaver for anyone like me who has been stuck, lost, and despondent with a range of unexplained dizziness and other constant symptoms for years and years. Now I know what is happening in my body and how I can heal myself. This is a revolution—instead of seeking others to heal, you take the power back to do this yourself. Joey really understands the barriers to self-healing . . . she is the voice in your head guiding you with compassion along the way.

Andrea Geary, Project Manager (NZ)

This book is clearly written, practical, and educates the reader in a gentle, authoritative manner about tinnitus and vertigo, and the integrative medicine approach to self-healing. As both a journalist and someone who has recently suffered from vertigo, I gained tremendous insight into the nature of these disorders, as well as learned about myself and how to manage my own symptoms. As a lay reader and as someone who values clear, insightful, science-based writing, I would highly recommend this book to others seeking a strong and compassionate resource for education and action.

Rachel Alembakis, BS BA MSc, Journalist, Politics of the World Economy (USA/AUS)

Joey Remenyi is a pioneer in using neuroplasticity to heal conditions that we have been told have no cure: tinnitus, vertigo, persistent postural-perceptual dizziness (PPPD), and more. She explains the science in a way that is easily accessible for the lay person while writing from a place of so much heart that the reader who may be living with one or more of these debilitating diagnoses feels understood emotionally, physically, mentally, and spiritually. . . And, more than hope, this book opens one up to a path of healing that is practical and self-empowering . . .

This book will help anyone who is struggling with hopeless symptoms and diagnoses find their way back to a life that can be lived free of suffering and full of goodness.

Shannon Marie, CEO, The Essential Light Institute (USA)

Joey is a pioneer in this type of work, and I would not be alone in being grateful that she is documenting her work in this excellent book.

Andrew Parkin, CEO, Engineer (AUS)

 

 

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About Joey Remenyi

Joey recovered from both vertigo and tinnitus herself using her eclectic training to navigate healing with neuroplasticity. She has a background in psychology, neuroscience, acceptance commitment therapy (ACT), cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), a masters in clinical vestibular audiology, and over 20 years experience in yoga and the art of experiential neuroplasticity.

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THE ROCK STEADY BOOK

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Rock Steady: Healing Vertigo or Tinnitus with Neuroplasticity is a life-line that offers hope to the hopeless by revealing the science behind healing chronic symptoms using neuroplasticity. With a variety of home exercise ideas at the end of each chapter, this is the handbook on how to heal vertigo or tinnitus. 

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