Gabi Shull never thought she’d dance again after having her leg amputated at age 9 — until a groundbreaking surgery helped get her ballet career back on pointe.
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Wow i got inspired from her even though i don't have an arm then i asked my mom that mom could i continue to do taekwondo she said yes yoy should then i was thinking of my mind that i shouldn't after i saw this vid i continued to do taekwondo then after that i got signed up for a competition then i won i dont know but thanks to this vid if i didn't see this i would be staying in my house or not cooperate with my friends or family its just bc i don't like them to see me looking without a arm but thank you God for bringing it up to me
I'm so glad this was a recommended video. I clicked on it because the title was intriguing, only to find out that her name sounded very familiar. Then I remembered I went to the same dance studio as her when I was younger. This is very inspiring to know that she never gave up.
Her passion for dancing is extraordinary.... She is amazing and the combination of what doctors can do an her willing can can easily beat that problem, eliminate it and let her suceed everything she wants.....💖💖💖
Dont give up!!! NEVER!!!😍😍
She would have known about the procedure ahead of time. Most of the people around her would have known about her leg backwards. My Mom and my best friend's Mom were both leg amputees. I took care of both of them, and yes I saw the flesh unhealed on both their legs, freshly after their operation. It isn't as horrific as you are imagining.
Amazing what doctors are able to do...but this girl is extremely inspirational and resilient for overcoming all of this and still continuing to dance. I wish her the best of luck and a cancer free & healthy future!