After suffering from Vertigo and Migraines for over 12 years seeing Neurologists, Ear Nose & Throat Specialists, and taking advice from anyone to get relief, I was finally introduced to Kim from my ART friend, Dan Selstad.
I’d been ill for 8 days and felt so desperate for relief, I called Kim and within 30 minutes I received a call back. She had an opening at 2pm that day.
I was nervous as I had no idea what to expect, so we spent the first hour chatting about my history. I had notes and records from every doctor I’d seen over the years.
Kim is extremely thorough, so this was helpful information for her to diagnose me. My diagnosis is: right posterior canal BPPV [and Meniere’s Migraine Variant.]
We finished up with the Epley treatment, not fun, but sticking it out is crucial for relief. This is when you will appreciate what a wonderful person Kim is. It took 5 Epley’s to clear the Vertigo, Kim kept reassuring me she was not going to leave until I was okay.
Kim is the most caring, compassionate person I have ever met. She suffers from Vertigo and Migraines and is extremely patient and kind.
Kim texted me the next morning and evening to check in.
I am so grateful to have her in my life; she is such an incredible person.
Like she said when she left, ‘We are in this together Kris. I’m only a phone call away.’
All the staff at Kenny Sheppard Spine and Sports Clinic, where Dan Selstad works, tell me that their patients rave about Kim in the same way I have.
Kim, you are our angel, thanks for the tender, loving care.
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