Shova Mani is 54 years old house wife and agricultural worker from Bhaktapur. Life was going on well for the Mani family until Shova sustained spinal cord injury by falling from the building. Following the accident, Shova was rushed to Madhyapur Hospital for treatment in Madhyapur Hospital, where she was diagnosed with D11 and L1 compression fracture.
Shova was conservatively managed for her injury, which strengthened her back. Shova’s condition brought enormous distress to the Mani family. On January 2014, Shova was brought to Spinal Centre for comprehensive rehabilitation. Shova spent three months at Centre, receiving regular therapy and motivation from nurses, patients and volunteers. in helping Shova regain her balance, enabling her. Within a few months, the Spinal Centre’s Therapists were successful to help her to perform some activities of daily living, but, above all: walk without assistance! Starting last month, prior to her discharge, Shova did not require a wheelchair. We are all pleased with the progress Shova showed during rehabilitation at our Centre. Her stay at Spinal Centre was distinctive and pleasant for all. This month, Shova left our Centre with her supportive daughter and husband to continue her work back home.