Crystal had a dream to be an Olympian. She unfortunately was diagnosed with MS but still was determined to achieve her goal. She was unable to make the Olympics in 2010 in Vancouver but she has been able to fend off the decease for much longer then predicted.

Her love for neuroCAM developed after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2005. She found therapies that promoted healthy thinking, healthy eating and healthy moving to be most the most effective form of treatment for herself, allowing her to live a healthy and active life, drug free.

Her personal success is what inspired her to create the Branch Out Neurological Foundation, a charity dedicated to raising funds to donate to research of complementary and alternative treatments for neurological disorders.

In her free time, she enjoys public speaking on topics that include leadership development, environmental health and nutrition.

Visit the Foundation’s website at and see how it is funding research.

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