HankParker Recent Patient Updates
Activity for the week of Sunday, Mar 19
Meskel does not need a brace anymore! Her left foot is healed and she can wear a normal shoe now! Since she is done with the left foot, it is time for the right one, she will come back for an operation in six weeks and she will have a cavovarus correction on her right foot. Please keep her in your prayers!
We got to play with Elleni for a bit yesterday and it was a lot of fun! She is doing great, but her leg needs to grow a little more in order to have her operation on her other leg. We will see her progress when she returns. Please keep her in your prayers!
Elleni came for her follow up appointment and is doing great! She's doing so well with her shoe raise and has great growth in her right leg with the extension rods she has in place. She'll return after three months to check on the progression of the growth and if it has reached the desired length. If all heals and grows well, she'll have an operation on her left leg to stop the growth! We pray she keeps on the path of success!
We are so glad we got to spend some time with Meskel today! She is doing very well and her foot is healing well too. Our physician put on a below knee cast so that she could walk with it. We will see her in a couple of weeks for another follow-up.
Mahlet is walking very well and everything looks great! She came in today for her follow-up and the doctors saw her x-ray and said she is in a very good health! We will see her in a year for another follow-up, please keep Mahlet in your prayers!
Elleni is doing great! She is walking well with the support of her crutches and everything looks good. The doctors say her x-ray looks beautiful and she is doing well. We will see her in three months for another follow-up. Please keep praying for good progress!
Meskel was here with us to have her left tibia operated on. Her operation was quite impressive and you can check it out here! She was recovered so well that she was sent home over the weekend! We look forward to seeing her progress at her follow-up appointment in March!
Mahlet was running around and playing with the other children that came for a follow-up like her and she is doing very well! Since she is walking well and everything is in a good condition the doctors decided that she is going to have a pin removal on her right hip. We will see her on August 11th for an admission, please keep her in your prayers for a safe return back to us!
Look at the sweet girl with her cast on! She is walking with it and her leg is in a very good condition. She went back home and the doctors told her to continue walking and also told her to return in six weeks to check on her progress. Please keep praying for her!
Elleni is doing very well, the pain she had two weeks ago is all gone and she is in a good condition. On her follow up she walk around the hospital and say hello to every body and she had fun. The doctors say she is doing well, pin site is clean and they will admit her for a frame removal on the beginning of June. So will see her on June 7th for an admission.
Elleni came in yesterday because of a pain she was having on her leg, the doctors saw her and gave her medication for the pain, besides that everything is in a great condition and the told her to come back on her appointment day. We will see her in two weeks
Activity for the week of Sunday, Mar 19
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