A miracle that helped this 3-year-old born with backward legs to walk for the first time
Victoria Komada is a three-year-old Polish girl who was born with an extremely rare condition – both her legs were bent backwards making it impossible for her to walk. However, thanks to the generosity of communities in Norwich and Szezcin, Poland, that helped raise £180,000 for a ‘miracle’ surgery, the little girl has walked for the first time.
Two years back, Victoria had faced losing both her legs and doctors said the only solution was a double amputation. But the family then found an American surgeon in Florida who performed two miracle surgeries to save one of her legs and give her the ability to walk for the first time.
Victoria and her parents Marzena Drusewicz, 32, and Dariusz Komada, 41, returned home from Florida earlier this week — following nine months of treatment and two operations — and the young girl can now walk, run and play sport.