HIP DEFORMITY: Megan suffered from a rare hip condition. Her ligament was too short causing her hip to dislocate, which caused a lot of pain and kept this active college athlete from playing at her best. It eventually caused her to become pigeon-toed and affected her everyday life. Doctors wanted to operate, but the thought of going under the knife and 6 months of rehab left her and her family in search of other options. After months of therapy from Dr. Curt Draeger and Dr. Lindsy Jaworski, Megan is enjoying life as a healthy, active college student. She is happy to be able to wear heels again and reports that she’s one of the best runners on the rugby team at the University of Wisconsin – River Falls and can play club hockey pain free.