Emma Lavelle, merely 4, who lost her arms after developing a treacherous rare disease, has now become able to play with toys just like other girls of her age with the help of a newly introduced 3D printer, a recent report has found.
As per the report, the girl has been struggling from the disease called arthrogryposis by birth. Arthrogryposis multiplex congenital is an illness that causes its targets to grow stiff joints as well as have abnormally developed muscles.
Emma was not born like normal children as she had internally rotated shoulders and legs up by her ears along with digressed fingers. Even her feet were rocker-bottom.
Though, the discovery of her disease led the doctors to find a treatment for improving her conditions. Also, her legs were re-casted by medics, followed by showing development in every aspect. But, says the report, her arms still remained the same.
However, WREX was then found by her mother as she saw a presentation being conducted on a robotic exoskeleton. The device available with JAECO Orthopedics is either wore as a body jacket or is attached to wheelchair. It has been found that the girl was then taken to Dr. Tariq Rahman, the maker, who has finally enabled her raise her hands, while playing and eating.
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