With the help of UHealth and the Miami Dolphins, the courageous Justin Matias, 6, of the West Kendall Dolphins was outfitted with two hearing aides. During the season, he was diagnosed with a genetic disorder that caused him to lose hearing in both ears. Matias, who is wearing No.5, is a member of the Miami Xtreme Football League.
With the help of UHealth and the Miami Dolphins, the courageous Justin Matias, 6, of the West Kendall Dolphins was outfitted with two hearing aides. During the season, he was diagnosed with a genetic disorder that caused him to lose hearing in both ears. Matias, who is wearing No.5, is a member of the Miami Xtreme Football League.
With the help of UHealth and the Miami Dolphins, the courageous Justin Matias, 6, of the West Kendall Dolphins was outfitted with two hearing aides. During the season, he was diagnosed with a genetic disorder that caused him to lose hearing in both ears. Matias, who is wearing No.5, is a member of the Miami Xtreme Football League.

Miami Dolphins, UHealth help inspirational Justin Matias

November 13, 2016 12:40 AM

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