I am very excited to blog about my first success story treating a patient suffering from vertigo using Quantum Neurology™. This female patient has been suffering from vertigo for six months. Vertigo may not sound too serious to those of us not suffering from it. To this patient, it meant that for six months, she has been able to sleep in only one position, sitting straight up. If she dared lay down on her back, she would suffer from debilitating nausea and dizziness. Imagine the worst sea sickness you have ever had, or the drunkest you have ever been…all the time! This is what vertigo is like for those suffering from it.
Quantum Neurology™ is a collection of techniques used to evaluate and rehabilitate every major nerve in the body. This systematic rehabilitation allows the body to function more efficiently. More importantly, Quantum Neurology™ focuses on allowing nerves that may be associated with painful or debilitating injuries or conditions to stabilize so that the body can heal itself. You can find out more about this technique at http://www.quantumneurology.com/qnprogram.htm . This technique is known for its excellent results with often hopeless conditions such as chronic pain, Frozen Shoulder, Multiple Sclerosis, PMS, Autism, Menopause, Headaches, Tremors, Dizziness/Vertigo, Epilepsy, Erectile Dysfunction, Chronic Fatigue, Neuropathy, Stroke Rehabilitation, Interrupted Sleep, enhanced athletic performance, Trigeminal Neuralgia, Morning Sickness/Pregnancy Relief, Bell’s Palsy, Relief From Arthritic Pain, ADHD/ADD/Dyslexia, and many others.
Vertigo, or dizziness, refers to the sensation of spinning (subjective vertigo) or the perception that surrounding objects are moving or spinning (objective vertigo). Some patients describe a feeling of being pulled toward the floor or toward one side of the room. Moving the head, changing position, and turning while lying down often worsen vertigo. The sudden onset of vertigo usually indicates a peripheral vestibular disorder (inner ear disturbance; e.g., BPPV, Ménière disease, and vestibular neuritis). Symptoms of benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) usually last a few seconds to a few minutes and are intermittent (i.e., come and go). They also may include lightheadedness, imbalance and nausea, usually as a result of a change in position (e.g., rolling over in bed, getting out of bed). This is by far the most common form of vertigo. Symptoms of Ménière disease and vestibular neuritis include vertigo, hearing loss, ringing in the ears (tinnitus), and ear pressure that often lasts hours to days.
Traditional Vertigo treatment varies. The medical world, generally speaking, does not offer very successful treatments for vertigo. This can be very frustrating for the person suffering from vertigo. In this patient’s case, she unsuccessfully consulted her medical doctor, an eye, ear, nose and throat specialist, neurologists, and had every relevant scan, MRI and test performed to no avail. I have found through the years that medical treatment consists more of ruling out conditions than getting specific help. In her case, they have ruled out many causes of her condition, but have not been able to offer her solutions.
After fewer than ten treatments using Quantum Neurology ™, this patient is 90% improved, and I am happy to report that she was able to sleep one pillow for the first time in six months. Please feel free to also look at this vertigo case study, posted by my colleague and friend Dr. David Pascal http://www.quantumneurology.com/casestudies/drdavepascal/dapacase2.htm