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Little Master J. A’s Journey- Resilience and Strength (Rodrigues Island)

M&S Foundation was approached for assistance in aiding this adorable 4-month-old baby boy from Rodrigues Island born with bilateral clubfoot. As a result of his condition, movement for the little baby was limited. Statistically, bilateral clubfoot affects about 1 in every 1,000 babies and can bring about challenges for a child, impacting both mobility and overall well-being.

The baby began his treatment requiring plaster casting session, which started when he was only 4-months’-old. These casts, reaching from his tiny toes to below his knees, were changed weekly, requiring anaesthesia each time. Unfortunately, even after 15 rounds of casting, his feet remained uncorrected.
M&S Foundation filled by empathy and concern for the little tot and his family, spared no time in assisting, underscoring the commitment to making a meaningful impact for his recovery. Shortly after, the little one underwent a life-changing surgery, correcting his feet and paving the way for a brighter future. The family is filled with appreciation.

Master J. A’s journey showcases profound strength and resilience at such a young age and he is now a smiling, healthy tot with a chance at a promising and joyful future.

M&S foundation was approached for assistance in aiding this adorable 4-month-old baby boy from Rodrigues Island born with bilateral clubfoot. As a result of his condition, movement for the little baby was limited. Statistically, bilateral clubfoot affects about 1 in every 1,000 babies and can bring about challenges for a child, impacting both mobility and overall well-being.
The baby began his treatment requiring plaster casting session, which started when he was only 4-months’-old. These casts, reaching from his tiny toes to below his knees, were changed weekly, requiring anaesthesia each time. Unfortunately, even after 15 rounds of casting, his feet remained uncorrected.
M&S foundation filled by empathy and concern for the little tot and his family, spared no time in assisting, underscoring the commitment to making a meaningful impact for his recovery. Shortly after, the little one underwent a life-changing surgery, correcting his feet and paving the way for a brighter future. The family is filled with appreciation.
Master J. A’s journey showcases profound strength and resilience at such a young age and he is now a smiling, healthy tot with a chance at a promising and joyful future.
Master L.C was diagnosed with Myelomeningocele also referred to as open ‘Spina Bifida’. This congenital condition, often categorised as a birth defect, occurs when a child’s backbone (spine) and spinal canal fail to close before birth. Following a preliminary surgery to insert a stent, challenges persisted as the baby experienced ongoing swelling in the lower back. A subsequent surgery for stent replacement became necessary and the foundation fully funded the surgical procedure. This little toddlers’ journey embodies fortitude and determination and the unwavering support of the M&S foundation upholding his wellbeing, hopes to illuminate the path amidst life’s challenges.

Client:

Lorem

Date:

June 12, 2020

Categories:

Charity

Tags:

Charity, Care

*Clubfoot, medically termed ‘Talipes Euinovarus’ (TEV), is a common congenital foot anomaly where the foot turns downward and inward. Typically present at birth, it affects the foot and lower leg. Managing clubfoot entails a lengthy process, often starting within the first week of life and continuing until 4-5 years or even longer in some cases. During the procedure, a surgeon makes precise incisions, repositions the tendons and ligaments and may insert pins or screws to maintain the corrected position. On-going care and physiotherapy is required post the surgery.