Shakeela Bibi's Story
Shakeela Bibi, from a poor family in a small village in Pakistan, suffered from bilateral avascular necrosis (AVN) in her hips for five years. Shakeela was 42 years old when she was admitted to Akbar Medical Complex on 21st August 2022 for right total hip replacement surgery. The surgery was performed by renowned surgeon Dr. Khurrum Shehzad, who had a successful track record of performing orthopedic surgeries with high success rates. The surgery took place on 22nd August 2022 and Shakeela was discharged from the hospital on 24th August 2022. However, Shakeela’s financial condition was not good and she couldn’t afford the surgery. She was left with no other option but to approach Transparent Hands. Transparent Hands helped her by covering the cost of her surgery, and she was able to get the much-needed treatment.
The success of Shakeela’s surgery can be seen through before and after surgery pictures, which showcase the remarkable transformation she underwent. Her story is a testament to the successful outcomes that can be achieved through orthopedic surgeries and the impact that organizations like Transparent Hands can have in the lives of those in need. Shakeela is now leading a happy and healthy life, free from the pain and swelling that had once plagued her. In conclusion, Shakeela’s success story is a heartwarming example of how a little help can go a long way in transforming someone’s life. The efforts of Transparent Hands in providing free medical camps and enabling access to quality healthcare for the underprivileged have made a significant difference in the lives of many, like Shakeela, who otherwise would have struggled to get the medical attention they needed.