🤗 Dear friends!We are happy and proud to share with you the results of Biotherapy performed on our patient with cerebral palsy. And although the effect of Biotherapy depends on the age of the patient (the earlier the treatment begins, the better the effect), even in a 28-year-old girl diagnosed with cerebral palsy, we managed to get a stable positive result! Our Natalia fully recovered the sensitivity in her legs, her muscles became stronger, her coordination and range of motion improved. These improvements allowed her to fulfill her dream. After the course of Biotherapy, she took part and shone in the competition in aerial acrobatics! Natalya Abramitskaya from Samara is 28 years old. All her life the girl suffers from a terrible diagnosis - cerebral palsy. A cheerful and surprisingly stubborn girl, despite her disability, achieves her goals with enviable passion: few healthy people can boast of such a desire for their dream. Samarchanka graduated from the Faculty of Law at the State University, has a diploma in piano, in her free time from working as a lawyer Natalya goes to acting classes, to a vocal studio, but most importantly, the disabled girl, surprisingly for everyone, has been doing aerial gymnastics for five years. The journalist of KP-Samara visited the performance of perhaps the only aerial gymnast in the world with limited capabilities of the musculoskeletal system and learned how the impossible becomes possible. One day, a special girl stumbled upon an ad for admission to an aerial gymnastics studio. The flyer said: "Age and level of training does not matter." - Well, they wrote it themselves, so I came, - Natalya laughs. - I went with the idea that if they start to refuse, then I, as a lawyer, will be able to defend my rights. After all, the ad says in black and white that the level of training is not important. But surprisingly, this was not required, I was invited to the classes. Coach Karolina Lukerina admits: when she first saw Natasha five years ago, she could not even imagine that she would be so interested in working with a new ward. - I did not expect that she would be able to perform elements at the height with such a complex diagnosis, but her desire and desire helped to achieve amazing results, - says Karolina Lukerina. - We looked for information about other cases when a girl with cerebral palsy would become an aerial gymnast, but did not find them. So, perhaps, Natasha is the only one in the world. Legs did not rise above 10 cm Then, five years ago, Natalia's physical condition was not easy. According to the coach, the girl could only raise her legs from the floor by 10 cm. But the desire to exercise at a height did not stop Natasha, and she stubbornly tried to perform all the exercises that Karolina showed. - I understood that it would not be easy for me alone, so colleagues joined the training with Natasha. One of the professionals graduated from the courses of sports massage, she developed the muscles bound by the disease. Individual classes were organized for a disabled girl, we worked out exercises and elements on the shells, which are not so difficult to perform with limited health abilities, - says the trainer of a girl with cerebral palsy. After several months of classes, Natasha, unexpectedly for everyone in the section, disappeared and did not appear at training. Later, she again came to the studio and surprised everyone - the girl stood straight, could raise her legs higher and moved almost without constraint. - By chance I came across an article about stem cell transplantation. I was interested in this topic, but there was very little information about it on the net. At first I found a clinic that does this, only in America. We were already ready to go there, but suddenly I saw the possibility of such an operation in Russia, - says a special woman from Samara. Natalia took the risk of going to St. Petersburg for an operation for the sake of being able to move. And I didn't guess. - Immediately after the operation, I began to feel my leg, before that there was practically no sensitivity in the limb. This is an incredible feeling, as if I was born again, - Natalya shares her pleasant memories with the journalist. "I dreamed of a stage" Now the girl feels much better, and although the disease could not be completely cured, Natalya continued to do aerial gymnastics. In March 2023, the coach invited her to take part in a unique aerial arts festival, where she could show her results on a par with healthy athletes. - At first I was very afraid, but I really wanted to try to perform on stage. I spent a lot of energy to fulfill my dream and become a gymnast, and I simply could not refuse such an offer, - the girl says.
For Natalia Abramitskaya, a separate category was made at the festival, in which she became the only participant. The girl admits that she would very much like to have competition, and she hopes that she will be able to inspire other Samarans with disabilities with her example.Source: https://www.samara.kp.ru/daily/27484/4741233/