In one surgery Dr. Williams changed Lisa’s life.

My name is Lisa, and I'm from North Dakota. I'd like to share my story with you in hopes that maybe you can find the same results that I found after getting help from Dr. Williams, who is amazing.

For a while, I had some relief, and I thought, "Oh great, we're done, and now I can get back to my active lifestyle," which included walking five miles a day. I did everything: physical therapy, needling, over-the-counter medications, and prescription medications, which included muscle relaxants and some hard opioids (which I didn't take). It was getting really frustrating because I couldn't—my life was so diminished because of the pain.

I was in so much pain and sad at the same time. I didn't have a life. I was holed up in the house, and my husband did everything. He's in Baltimore, and I'm in North Dakota. If I'm going to seek treatment out there, it requires a long flight, and at that time, I couldn't even sit for 15 minutes without pain.

Dr. Williams is funny, intelligent, easy to talk to, and patient. He just answered all the questions that I had. I am four months post-surgery now. I still pinch myself sometimes. My husband will say, "Look at you. You're sitting, you're not wincing, you're not in pain." I'm walking, I'm active, I'm playing with my dog, I can cook, I can do laundry, I can do household chores, and life is great. It has been transforming.

He saved my life. Many thanks to Dr. Williams and his incredible staff. I just hope that by sharing this story, you realize you're not alone. There are other people out there who have the same issue. No pain, no pain. I hope you find the same relief that I got. Okay, thanks for listening, and bye-bye.