This Teen Dancer Thought That The Pain In Her Foot Was Most Likely A Broken Toe, But It Turned Out To Be A Flesh-Eating Bacteria

Then, later in April, she returned to WVU for a skin graft before finally returning home at the beginning of May.

Since the unexpected diagnosis and her treatment at WVU, Olivia has thankfully been recovering well.

She is now going through physical therapy and continues to regain her strength every single day. Her medical team also revealed that Olivia will be able to dance again.

The teen has credited these milestones to her exceptional team of doctors at the hospital.

“I had a new family there to take care of me, and I never felt scared. I always knew that there was going to be someone there to help me– whether it was to make me laugh or hold my hand or to give me medicine,” Olivia explained.

However, the medical team at WVU recognized Olivia’s strength and determination throughout her diagnosis and treatment.

They have since named Olivia a “Miracle Child” and will be honoring her at the 16th WVU Medicine Children’s Gala on Saturday, August 6.

To learn more about the gala, you can visit the link here. Or, to learn more about Olivia and donate to her recovery efforts, you can visit her GoFundMe campaign linked here.

Over five hundred and twenty donors have already contributed fifty-two thousand dollars to the teen’s medical expenses.

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