“My neck pain, vertigo and lower back pain are all remarkably better.”


Kayleigh has been, without a doubt, a godsend. My primary care doctor recommended her to me after no else could help with mt symptoms. (I’m a 78-year-old male…) What were my symptoms/issues? Many- severe tinnitus (ringing in my ear) which worsened over a period of years, while I saw many “specialists”. The ENT doctors could do nothing for me. No cure, they said- you have to live with it. The noise was so loud that I couldn’t stand it at times- so debilitating and depressing; unable to function at all sometimes. On a scale of 1 to 10- a 10! On top of that problem, I was diagnosed with collapsed cervical disks in my neck, causing pain to radiate into neck, back, and shoulders. Again, doctors and physical therapists they referred me to were unable to help. I could not function well- always having to use ice packs to ease the pain. And some disc problems in my lower back- collapsed disc and ruptured disc caused pain. I also was suffering from some sort of vertigo (probably form combination of my issues, more doctors thought, but couldn’t help me) So, I started to see Kayleigh in February 2017. She was upfront with me, telling me that my issue were treatable, but it would take some time to start to see improvement. Fine, I said- if you can help, I’ll wait it out. After about 5-6 (acupuncture) appointments with her, something truly amazing happened! The constant noise in my ear lessened! I mean for the first time in a long while, the noise (sound an pitch) went down! It didn’t last too long, but I was hopeful- my wife and I were hopeful. Next appointment, I told Kayleigh- she was also happy, glad I waited for an improvement. Over the next few months, I saw great improvement- overall. My neck pain, vertigo and lower back pain are all remarkably better. I am outside doing yard work as I did years ago (and still enjoy) to my amazement. The tinnitus has gone down- it varies in sound and pitch, but sometimes I can’t hear it! Other times, it is down to a tolerable noise. Every morning (because I do toss and turn every night), the sound is a 10; but with a little heat on my neck for an hour or two, it goes down to a 4-6. Something I can live with. I want to thank you, Kayleigh, for all you have done. – Jack F., Newton

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