It was about 5 months into vertigo when I met Kim.
Although, there was a willingness to be free of vertigo before meeting her, there was an insufficient knowledge or guidance from my doctors to cure the symptoms.
Their advice included removing a waxy build-up in my right ear, which also happened to be the side of symptoms. When that didn’t work, they gave me a prescription for medication to take care of the symptoms. Luckily, I didn’t fill the prescription because shortly thereafter I met Kim.
After two sessions with Kim, the crystals which I learned were causing the vertigo were gone. I felt tremendously better. However, there were still some residual sensations of dizziness which she told me were because my brain needed to be reprogrammed to regain the balance lost after having vertigo for so long. She educated me about vertigo and gave me exercises to do several times a day. It’s been about a month since we started to work together and I’m very grateful to be vertigo-free.
Kim’s positive attitude, compassion and expertise gave me the courage and confidence to allow her to work with me through this difficult time.
Her beautiful energy shines through so clearly in her words. I’m also grateful for her healing work. It’s made such a difference in how I feel. Each day I’m getting more confident that when I go down on the floor for yoga or onto my bed to sleep that my world won’t start spinning. It’s a really good feeling.
Her unequaled heart-centered, professional wisdom and generosity far exceed the medical model. Although, I’ve only experienced Kim’s treatment for vertigo, I truly believe that her skill and abilities will flow into all aspects of her work. I highly recommend her to all.
She is a gift to her profession.
This blog is provided for informational purposes only. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. The details of any case mentioned in this post represent a typical patient that I might see and do not describe the circumstances of a specific individual.