Dorrin Gingerich

Dorrin was 24 years old and working a full-time job when he began to notice tremors in his neck. He had a suspicion about what was happening. All his life, his dominant right arm would clench and curl whenever he held something. It wasn’t until his senior year in high school that he was diagnosed with an incurable neurological movement disorder called Dystonia. He was told that it could get worse and spread. Over that life-changing year, the tremors would grow more violent and spread to his back and tongue.

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