My name is Leyli Aguda, currently living in Colorado Springs, CO in the US. I would like to share my mother's life-changing experience with Professor Anil Arora from Max Superspeciality Hospital in Patparganj, Delhi, India.
My 69-year-old mother, Shahodat Vaydullaeva, was unable to move for years. She had severe Rheumatoid Arthritis in both of her knees. Her disease confined her to an immobile life where she could only sit and lay around. She had experienced so much pain and inflammation that she prayed for death because she couldn't even imagine having a good life any longer. She spent her days endlessly crying in misery and sleeping only from exhaustion. For years, I did not know what to do for her even though we consulted with many different doctors. After three years in the US, when I was able to visit her in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, our home city, and where my mother still resides, I had yet another doctor check her out. He recommended knee surgery in India with Professor Anil as our best course of action. We placed our hopes in this procedure, got our travel visas in order, and went to consult with the professor.
The hospital exceeded all our expectations and the staff was very diligent in their work. They were never too busy, however, for the kindness they showed us. The environment was so comforting for what my mother went through from the beginning to the end of our time in Delhi.
Since meeting with Professor Anil, my mother has gotten an official diagnosis for the treatment she really needed and went through "Total Knee Replacement by Pinless Computer Navigation Technology" on April 27th 2017. She started assisted walking after 48 hours of recovery. Now, less than two months later she is moving around on her own, enjoying her life, and has a new positive outlook. Her life was restored thanks to a proper diagnosis and an experienced and terrific doctor. We had full confidence in him throughout this ordeal and we are so grateful.
We are thankful to Dr. Anil as his skills gave mobility, happiness and a great health to my mother.