Vivienne’s Video Testimonial

Vivienne had five neurectomies and three stump neuromas before she came to see us. Now after three ablations, her pain is down 50% and continues to decrease further. She was initially very reluctant to come and see us, but he’s now extremely happy with her decision and her progress.

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Unfortunately, I had five neurectomies. I wasn’t well informed by my previous doctors. And I think I developed three stump neuromas. It took me a lot of courage, but I feel very confident that this treatment is helping me out. I feel very well surrounded by this team, it’s very thorough. Today is my third treatment here. Before I started my treatment here, I wasn’t able to walk, and now the pain has reduced enough so that I can enjoy long walks. And I’m very hopeful that they’re going in the right direction. I have a three-year-old boy, and I’m looking forward to start teaching him tennis, playing sport with him. And I just feel that I’m with the right course of action here. My pain has reduced about half it was. I’m able to stand on my feet. I’m able to walk, I’m able to bicycle, and I’m hoping that it could get even better. It’s very important for people who have Morton’s neuroma to get informed before making any drastic decision. The center offer minimally invasive procedure that leaves you intact, and that’s the course of action I want to go moving further.
“Would recommend Dr. Pearl and her team?”
Absolutely! 100%. I’m very impressed by her resume. She is a professional. She’s very thorough. She know what she’s doing. She’s very meticulous as well. So when she treat you feel that she is really trying to get your nerves to stop standing pain signal. She knows where the stump is, and I think as she puts a lot of her heart at work. She is very empathetic as well, and she’s knowledgeable. She knows where the stump is, she knows we can see them on a MRI, she knows that it’s a nerve pain that needs to stop sending pain signal. And she’s just amazing. I am so happy for this team. The aftercare was exactly what was described, a roller coaster of ups and downs and ups and downs. And then you have to keep your hopes and it did what it did. It exactly went like I was told, I had ups and downs. I had days where I thought, oh my God, what am I doing? And then the week later, I was able to walk a little longer. I’m amazed that people like this team exist.

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