I have been lucky enough to work with a wonderful lady called Sarah. She has been plagued with MS most of her life and has been one of the nicest, most positive, most supportive, happy people that I have ever had the privilege to work with. She had a massive amount of wear and tear on her pelvis, obviously due to walking badly from her MS and being left to work it out herself, which led to hip surgery. During her rehab, she was told that it was unlikely she would walk well because she had MS. This literally brought a tear to my eye when I heard this and every time we crossed another milestone, like walking around and over obstacles and when she took her first steps without sticks I literally had shivers up my spine a lump in my throat and welled up.
Please take time to listen to Sarah’s journey