A former dispatcher is sharing her story after spending weeks working to regain the use of her left arm following a stroke this fall.

33-year-old Amanda Berry says it all started with a headache, something that didn't concern her at first. 

KSHB talked to Dr. Coleman Martin, neurologist at Saint Luke's Marion Bloch Neuroscience Institute, about why it is important to seek care quickly when experiencing any symptoms of a stroke.

Watch the story below.

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