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March 3, 2019

Mother Victoria (our patient, aged 57 years) and Chief Matthew have one thing in common – both are married to each other for more than 38 years (Amen). This couple from Lagos, Nigeria was pure fate that they met us. Our meeting happend at some swanky (ahem ahem) private hospital and we just started talking…you know general stuff and then suddenly we were asked to take care of her.  Now come to the Medical Part: She thought that she’s a heart patient but the Echo report was clean and yet she was troubled. She thought there’s a problem in her legs but the x-rays of knees were clean and yet she was troubled. Therefore, what’s troubling you, Mother…. I’m in Pain ‘is the answer’. Now hold on a bit.. is that all….yes Mr. that’s all what it is.  Now comes the solution: She underwent a thorough investigations and the MRI whole spine showed degenerative changes both at cervical (head) and lumbar (back) region of the spine. So what you do in such scenario. My answer – You act. You decide. You proceed. Victoria underwent twin spine surgeries to get relieved from back and lower back pain (Cervical spine surgery and Lumbar Spine Surgery) Fawn-Weaver

March 2, 2019

 Hi. Meet Miss Rehana from Nairobi, Kenya. A woman, a wife and a mother. Has been living life in Nairobi with everything and a strong will to face the world inspite of hearing aid problem since childhood. Upon meeting us it’s like saying “Sometimes you find things and they change your life”… And may be the reason she decided to come to us and get the hearing aid situation sorted. Got herself checked and everything upon discussion, opted for a permanent solution to undergo Cochlear implant surgery over the digital hearing aid option.   A cochlear implant (CI) is a surgically implanted neuroprosthetic device that provides a sense of sound to a person with severe to profound sensorineural hearing loss. Cochlear implants bypass the normal acoustic hearing process, instead replacing it with electric hearing. Namely, the sound sensation comes from the sound that is converted to electric signals which directly stimulate the auditory nerve. The brain adapts to the new mode of hearing, and eventually can interpret the electric signals as sound and speech. After the surgery which took only 1 day’s admission in the hospital and adjustment’s of the sound frequencies – I asked her what kind of sound would make her feel good and she was being very adorable in

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