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About my Disability?


Picture below shows broken arm bone, pretend they arn't.



The picture below shows two arms. The one on your left shows the arms bones look like when yuor palms are facing down.



The arm on the right shows the bones inside when the palm of your hand is facing upward towrds the cieling.



OKay The left picture shows the 2 bones are closed which allows the palm to face down.

The right shows that it is open which allows the palm of your hand to face the ceiling.



My arms bone will not allow it to open up like it does in the picture because it is connect 3 inches down form the joint. Having that is a great disability towards dance that i was born with. There is no way to fix it. So when i do ballet i cannot position my arms properly, it's really noticable.

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Site By Ashley made on December 9 2004