Sweet energetic Isabelle will be undergoing Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR) in September.
Isabelle is full of life and energy and is raring to take on the world....or just her big brother, at any moment. Unfortunately Isabelle struggles to walk. The lower half of her body can be rigid and immobile due to a neuromuscular disorder.
Now, surgery is an option that can potentially increase her mobility AND allow her to walk independently!
Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy(SDR) is a surgical procedure to relieve negative symptoms of neuromuscular disorders like spastic displegia and other forms of spastic cerebral palsy.
The surgery and recover will be intense. After surgery, Isabelle will have therapy 5 days a week....for at least 6 months. Then 3-5 days indefinitely depending on her progress.
Isabelle's parents, Scott and Kelly, like any parents are committed to providing for their children....in this case they are fighting to provide the ability to walk.
Your help will go to meeting the deductible which will be at least $3,000. Plus the cost of multiple trips to Vanderbilt and extensive Physical Therapy.
Whether you donate, share or pray thank you for reading about Isabelle's journey!
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