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Last season The Doctors met Hayley, who was trapped in an abusive relationship and also trapped by her weight. After losing the weight -- an impressive 100 pounds -- and dropping her ex, we are with her on the final step of her journey, a breast reconstruction with plastic surgeon Dr. Jimmy Firouz.
Healed from the surgery, she returns to our stage transformed, both physically and emotionally. "I don't even think about weight anymore, I think about how happy I am and how powerful I feel," Hayley says of how much her life has changed since we first met her.
Hayley was happy with her physical transformation but still wanted the appearance of her breasts to change as well. To help her achieve her goal, Dr. Firouz performed both a lift and also gave her breast implants to create the type of breasts she wanted, which was fuller and would accentuate her cleavage.
Since her weight loss and surgery, Hayley is happy to share she is running more outdoors and just recently completed in Tough Mudder, which she was previously nervous about competing in. Now, however, she says her new outlook on life has inspired her to step out of her comfort zone.
"Instead of seeing someone beaten and broken, I see someone that is on top of the world... I feel like if I hadn't had gone through experiences I wouldn't be the person who I am today, and I'm very proud of who I am today," she tells The Doctors of her new outlook on life.