In what could be said a miracle, a child Victoria Komada, of Norwich who was born with backward legs is able to walk normally though doctors have given up the hope.
Victoria Komada was born with a rare disorder which caused her to have a missing shinbone in her right leg and a shortened one in her left limb. The desperate parents Marzena and Dariusz Komada have consulted several specialists and the only answer they got was an amputation.
But, they never lost the hope and finally found a reconstruction limb specialist in Florida, who implanted a metal frame into her left leg that gradually coaxed the bones into place. But the severity of the condition in her right limb meant it had to be amputated. A year on, Victoria, who wears a prosthetic, took her first steps.