Growing up, I was a highly competitive gymnast, competing in USAG and winning the NJ State Championships in vault, floor, and all around when I was in the 7th grade. I made it to Level 9, with the hopes of one day competing for a college.
Early on in my freshman year of high school, I began to experience pain in every limb in my body. I saw countless doctors and no one could figure out what was wrong with me.
I was even told by one doctor at the age of 15 that I would have to learn how to live with the pain. My family had heard of the Dellon Institute from a family friend, and we decided to make the 3-hour drive to Baltimore to meet with Dr. Williams.
Within a few visits, I was diagnosed with entrapped peripheral nerves and was recommended for surgery. Over the span of two years, I had 6 surgeries, releasing, relocating, or removing 8 peripheral nerves across all 4 of my limbs.
I started to get back into an active life, and ran my first half marathon within a year and a half of my last surgery. I still live an active lifestyle and have gone on to run another half marathon and 10-mile race, with another 10-miler planned in my near future.
The care I received from the Dellon Institute and Dr. Williams changed my future forever and was able to give me back a pain-free, active lifestyle I had before all of my injuries. Thank you, Dr. WilliamsEN