Speaking publicly for the first time, Mrs Williamsons said she was 38 and working as the special needs dancer-in-residencwe with Clackmannanshire Leisure when the first surgery took place in 2000.
“The operation was, I was led to believe, a success but two weeks later I was reaching down to open a drawer and felt what can only be described as an internal explosion.

“After a night sitting upright I was rushed again to Ninewells Hospital and another MRI was organised for the next day.

“The on-call doctor told me that there had been remnants left in my spine following surgery by Professor Eljamel and the disc had relapsed”

The Courier (DC Thomson), 7th March 2015  – archived below for public information.

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