When Arabella Green was born, she was diagnosed with congenital arthrogryposis multiplex.
A rare condition that causes her joints to become stiff and remain in bent or stretched positions.
Despite numerous painful surgeries, Arabella still couldn’t walk and relied on a wheelchair.
Arabella and her parents longed for her to walk and desperately sought a doctor who could help.
After years of searching, they found Dr. David Feldman, who gave them hope for an operation and rehabilitation that could enable Arabella to walk again.
However, the local medical authorities rejected the operation.
This news had devastating effects on Arabella’s mother, Catherine, who struggled with her mental health and sadly lost her life.
Determined to continue helping his daughter, Arabella’s father, William, launched a fundraising campaign to gather money for operations in Poland.
Dr. Feldman reduced the costs of the operation, showing his support for this cause.
Thanks to the donations received and the dedication of Arabella and her parents, the path to walking has begun successfully.
With strength, courage, and determination, Arabella overcomes every obstacle, demonstrating her incredible resilience and her unwavering will to never give up.