Doctors said about Natalie Bentos Pereira, who was paralyzed from a spinal cord attack five years ago, she may never be able to walk, but now, five years later, at the age of 16, she is able to walk again.
The 11-year-old girl from the US state of South Carolina suffered a severe back pain in 2017 that was a stroke but went to cross school.
She was unable to walk until nightfall. In the emergency room, doctors said she would probably never be able to walk again after a stroke, but her parents did not give up and kept encouraging her daughter.
He began to encourage his daughter and she underwent various physiotherapy. The parents had high hopes that one day she would be able to walk and now Natalie has really started to take action.
Her mother, Margaret, said both parents did not allow the girl to give up. On several occasions, he told the girl to trust herself instead of the doctors. He was then mentally prepared to work with patience and perseverance and underwent physiotherapy. The parents told the girl that not everything could be all right overnight.
Then there was a time when Natalie was run over by a walker and then she walked on the walker for two years in a row and now she is on her feet.