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Isabella had been passionate about dance for as long as she could remember. When she was 12, she was excited to attend an intensive summer program at the Joffrey Ballet in New York. But a hip injury got in the way.

Isabella's hip problems took her away from the thing she loved most. But a physical therapist helped her return to dance, and over the course of her recovery Isabella redefined her passions.

In this episode of Move Forward Radio, Isabella shares her story of enduring an injury that almost sidelined her dreams, and how she worked to get back to doing what she loves. 

Read more about Isabella's transformative story.

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15-year-old Isabella has been dancing since she was 3, and attends a performance arts school in Colorado. Sidelined by a hip condition that required surgeries, she is back to performing and doing what she loves.

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