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Nina before her fall. NORWICH, UK: AFTER landing on her head in a scary fall this AERIALIST was left with a damaged spine that saw half of her body paralysed and the other half unable to feel PAIN - but after being operated on WHILE AWAKE she hopes to one day be back in the air. Team coach and aerialist, Nina Jussila (29) who is originally from Finland but moved to Norwich, UK, in 2014, has spent years practicing her aerial skills and swinging from the air. On March 7, 2019, while practicing a new drop from the silks, Nina fell 13ft and landed headfirst on the mat, with the weight of her body falling onto her head subsequently. Nina immediately screamed out that she couldn???t feel her body and was taken to hospital. Scans revealed that the disc between the fourth and fifth vertebra was gone and the fifth vertebra was dislocated, putting pressure on Nina???s spinal cord which could have caused complete paralysis. Surgeons operated to realign the fifth vertebra to release the pressure, which had to be done while Nina was still awake to ensure no damage to her spinal cord. Following that, surgeons then took a piece of bone from Nina???s hip to put in between the vertebras and fuse the spine. A metal disc was then inserted to support the fragile spine. Nina had to spend five weeks on bed rest to recover from the accident, but it became clear that Nina could only feel pain on her left side yet had movement on the right side. Nina was diagnosed with Brown Sequard Syndrome, meaning that her right side works but she has lost the feeling of sensations like hot, cold or pain. Nina???s left side was paralysed but she can feel more on that side. Through physiotherapy, Nina walked by herself for the first time on May 10, and she is now focusing training her left arm, which is significantly weakened. Nina celebrates each success, because it helps her appreciate how far she has come in her recovery, while remaining optimistic that she will return to aerial skills sometime in the
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Nina as she arrived at the hospital. NORWICH, UK: AFTER landing on her head in a scary fall this AERIALIST was left with a damaged spine that saw half of her body paralysed and the other half unable to feel PAIN - but after being operated on WHILE AWAKE she hopes to one day be back in the air. Team coach and aerialist, Nina Jussila (29) who is originally from Finland but moved to Norwich, UK, in 2014, has spent years practicing her aerial skills and swinging from the air. On March 7, 2019, while practicing a new drop from the silks, Nina fell 13ft and landed headfirst on the mat, with the weight of her body falling onto her head subsequently. Nina immediately screamed out that she couldn???t feel her body and was taken to hospital. Scans revealed that the disc between the fourth and fifth vertebra was gone and the fifth vertebra was dislocated, putting pressure on Nina???s spinal cord which could have caused complete paralysis. Surgeons operated to realign the fifth vertebra to release the pressure, which had to be done while Nina was still awake to ensure no damage to her spinal cord. Following that, surgeons then took a piece of bone from Nina???s hip to put in between the vertebras and fuse the spine. A metal disc was then inserted to support the fragile spine. Nina had to spend five weeks on bed rest to recover from the accident, but it became clear that Nina could only feel pain on her left side yet had movement on the right side. Nina was diagnosed with Brown Sequard Syndrome, meaning that her right side works but she has lost the feeling of sensations like hot, cold or pain. Nina???s left side was paralysed but she can feel more on that side. Through physiotherapy, Nina walked by herself for the first time on May 10, and she is now focusing training her left arm, which is significantly weakened. Nina celebrates each success, because it helps her appreciate how far she has come in her recovery, while remaining optimistic that she will return to aerial skills s
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In May, Nina was able to transition to a wheelchair. NORWICH, UK: AFTER landing on her head in a scary fall this AERIALIST was left with a damaged spine that saw half of her body paralysed and the other half unable to feel PAIN - but after being operated on WHILE AWAKE she hopes to one day be back in the air. Team coach and aerialist, Nina Jussila (29) who is originally from Finland but moved to Norwich, UK, in 2014, has spent years practicing her aerial skills and swinging from the air. On March 7, 2019, while practicing a new drop from the silks, Nina fell 13ft and landed headfirst on the mat, with the weight of her body falling onto her head subsequently. Nina immediately screamed out that she couldn???t feel her body and was taken to hospital. Scans revealed that the disc between the fourth and fifth vertebra was gone and the fifth vertebra was dislocated, putting pressure on Nina???s spinal cord which could have caused complete paralysis. Surgeons operated to realign the fifth vertebra to release the pressure, which had to be done while Nina was still awake to ensure no damage to her spinal cord. Following that, surgeons then took a piece of bone from Nina???s hip to put in between the vertebras and fuse the spine. A metal disc was then inserted to support the fragile spine. Nina had to spend five weeks on bed rest to recover from the accident, but it became clear that Nina could only feel pain on her left side yet had movement on the right side. Nina was diagnosed with Brown Sequard Syndrome, meaning that her right side works but she has lost the feeling of sensations like hot, cold or pain. Nina???s left side was paralysed but she can feel more on that side. Through physiotherapy, Nina walked by herself for the first time on May 10, and she is now focusing training her left arm, which is significantly weakened. Nina celebrates each success, because it helps her appreciate how far she has come in her recovery, while remaining optimistic that she will return to
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Although she cannot practice aerial skills, Nina shows her skills with a string in her hands. NORWICH, UK: AFTER landing on her head in a scary fall this AERIALIST was left with a damaged spine that saw half of her body paralysed and the other half unable to feel PAIN - but after being operated on WHILE AWAKE she hopes to one day be back in the air. Team coach and aerialist, Nina Jussila (29) who is originally from Finland but moved to Norwich, UK, in 2014, has spent years practicing her aerial skills and swinging from the air. On March 7, 2019, while practicing a new drop from the silks, Nina fell 13ft and landed headfirst on the mat, with the weight of her body falling onto her head subsequently. Nina immediately screamed out that she couldn???t feel her body and was taken to hospital. Scans revealed that the disc between the fourth and fifth vertebra was gone and the fifth vertebra was dislocated, putting pressure on Nina???s spinal cord which could have caused complete paralysis. Surgeons operated to realign the fifth vertebra to release the pressure, which had to be done while Nina was still awake to ensure no damage to her spinal cord. Following that, surgeons then took a piece of bone from Nina???s hip to put in between the vertebras and fuse the spine. A metal disc was then inserted to support the fragile spine. Nina had to spend five weeks on bed rest to recover from the accident, but it became clear that Nina could only feel pain on her left side yet had movement on the right side. Nina was diagnosed with Brown Sequard Syndrome, meaning that her right side works but she has lost the feeling of sensations like hot, cold or pain. Nina???s left side was paralysed but she can feel more on that side. Through physiotherapy, Nina walked by herself for the first time on May 10, and she is now focusing training her left arm, which is significantly weakened. Nina celebrates each success, because it helps her appreciate how far she has come in her recovery, while rem
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Seven weeks after her fall, Nina was able to sit upright in a chair. NORWICH, UK: AFTER landing on her head in a scary fall this AERIALIST was left with a damaged spine that saw half of her body paralysed and the other half unable to feel PAIN - but after being operated on WHILE AWAKE she hopes to one day be back in the air. Team coach and aerialist, Nina Jussila (29) who is originally from Finland but moved to Norwich, UK, in 2014, has spent years practicing her aerial skills and swinging from the air. On March 7, 2019, while practicing a new drop from the silks, Nina fell 13ft and landed headfirst on the mat, with the weight of her body falling onto her head subsequently. Nina immediately screamed out that she couldn???t feel her body and was taken to hospital. Scans revealed that the disc between the fourth and fifth vertebra was gone and the fifth vertebra was dislocated, putting pressure on Nina???s spinal cord which could have caused complete paralysis. Surgeons operated to realign the fifth vertebra to release the pressure, which had to be done while Nina was still awake to ensure no damage to her spinal cord. Following that, surgeons then took a piece of bone from Nina???s hip to put in between the vertebras and fuse the spine. A metal disc was then inserted to support the fragile spine. Nina had to spend five weeks on bed rest to recover from the accident, but it became clear that Nina could only feel pain on her left side yet had movement on the right side. Nina was diagnosed with Brown Sequard Syndrome, meaning that her right side works but she has lost the feeling of sensations like hot, cold or pain. Nina???s left side was paralysed but she can feel more on that side. Through physiotherapy, Nina walked by herself for the first time on May 10, and she is now focusing training her left arm, which is significantly weakened. Nina celebrates each success, because it helps her appreciate how far she has come in her recovery, while remaining optimistic that sh
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On April 21, Nina was able to stand up, assisted. NORWICH, UK: AFTER landing on her head in a scary fall this AERIALIST was left with a damaged spine that saw half of her body paralysed and the other half unable to feel PAIN - but after being operated on WHILE AWAKE she hopes to one day be back in the air. Team coach and aerialist, Nina Jussila (29) who is originally from Finland but moved to Norwich, UK, in 2014, has spent years practicing her aerial skills and swinging from the air. On March 7, 2019, while practicing a new drop from the silks, Nina fell 13ft and landed headfirst on the mat, with the weight of her body falling onto her head subsequently. Nina immediately screamed out that she couldn???t feel her body and was taken to hospital. Scans revealed that the disc between the fourth and fifth vertebra was gone and the fifth vertebra was dislocated, putting pressure on Nina???s spinal cord which could have caused complete paralysis. Surgeons operated to realign the fifth vertebra to release the pressure, which had to be done while Nina was still awake to ensure no damage to her spinal cord. Following that, surgeons then took a piece of bone from Nina???s hip to put in between the vertebras and fuse the spine. A metal disc was then inserted to support the fragile spine. Nina had to spend five weeks on bed rest to recover from the accident, but it became clear that Nina could only feel pain on her left side yet had movement on the right side. Nina was diagnosed with Brown Sequard Syndrome, meaning that her right side works but she has lost the feeling of sensations like hot, cold or pain. Nina???s left side was paralysed but she can feel more on that side. Through physiotherapy, Nina walked by herself for the first time on May 10, and she is now focusing training her left arm, which is significantly weakened. Nina celebrates each success, because it helps her appreciate how far she has come in her recovery, while remaining optimistic that she will return to ae
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The vertebra was dislodged and applying dangerous pressure. NORWICH, UK: AFTER landing on her head in a scary fall this AERIALIST was left with a damaged spine that saw half of her body paralysed and the other half unable to feel PAIN - but after being operated on WHILE AWAKE she hopes to one day be back in the air. Team coach and aerialist, Nina Jussila (29) who is originally from Finland but moved to Norwich, UK, in 2014, has spent years practicing her aerial skills and swinging from the air. On March 7, 2019, while practicing a new drop from the silks, Nina fell 13ft and landed headfirst on the mat, with the weight of her body falling onto her head subsequently. Nina immediately screamed out that she couldn???t feel her body and was taken to hospital. Scans revealed that the disc between the fourth and fifth vertebra was gone and the fifth vertebra was dislocated, putting pressure on Nina???s spinal cord which could have caused complete paralysis. Surgeons operated to realign the fifth vertebra to release the pressure, which had to be done while Nina was still awake to ensure no damage to her spinal cord. Following that, surgeons then took a piece of bone from Nina???s hip to put in between the vertebras and fuse the spine. A metal disc was then inserted to support the fragile spine. Nina had to spend five weeks on bed rest to recover from the accident, but it became clear that Nina could only feel pain on her left side yet had movement on the right side. Nina was diagnosed with Brown Sequard Syndrome, meaning that her right side works but she has lost the feeling of sensations like hot, cold or pain. Nina???s left side was paralysed but she can feel more on that side. Through physiotherapy, Nina walked by herself for the first time on May 10, and she is now focusing training her left arm, which is significantly weakened. Nina celebrates each success, because it helps her appreciate how far she has come in her recovery, while remaining optimistic that she will re
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Scans showed the damage to Nina's spine, as a disc was fitted to support her spine. NORWICH, UK: AFTER landing on her head in a scary fall this AERIALIST was left with a damaged spine that saw half of her body paralysed and the other half unable to feel PAIN - but after being operated on WHILE AWAKE she hopes to one day be back in the air. Team coach and aerialist, Nina Jussila (29) who is originally from Finland but moved to Norwich, UK, in 2014, has spent years practicing her aerial skills and swinging from the air. On March 7, 2019, while practicing a new drop from the silks, Nina fell 13ft and landed headfirst on the mat, with the weight of her body falling onto her head subsequently. Nina immediately screamed out that she couldn???t feel her body and was taken to hospital. Scans revealed that the disc between the fourth and fifth vertebra was gone and the fifth vertebra was dislocated, putting pressure on Nina???s spinal cord which could have caused complete paralysis. Surgeons operated to realign the fifth vertebra to release the pressure, which had to be done while Nina was still awake to ensure no damage to her spinal cord. Following that, surgeons then took a piece of bone from Nina???s hip to put in between the vertebras and fuse the spine. A metal disc was then inserted to support the fragile spine. Nina had to spend five weeks on bed rest to recover from the accident, but it became clear that Nina could only feel pain on her left side yet had movement on the right side. Nina was diagnosed with Brown Sequard Syndrome, meaning that her right side works but she has lost the feeling of sensations like hot, cold or pain. Nina???s left side was paralysed but she can feel more on that side. Through physiotherapy, Nina walked by herself for the first time on May 10, and she is now focusing training her left arm, which is significantly weakened. Nina celebrates each success, because it helps her appreciate how far she has come in her recovery, while remaining opt
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Nina in hospital, unable to move her neck or spine for five weeks. ORWICH, UK: AFTER landing on her head in a scary fall this AERIALIST was left with a damaged spine that saw half of her body paralysed and the other half unable to feel PAIN - but after being operated on WHILE AWAKE she hopes to one day be back in the air. Team coach and aerialist, Nina Jussila (29) who is originally from Finland but moved to Norwich, UK, in 2014, has spent years practicing her aerial skills and swinging from the air. On March 7, 2019, while practicing a new drop from the silks, Nina fell 13ft and landed headfirst on the mat, with the weight of her body falling onto her head subsequently. Nina immediately screamed out that she couldn???t feel her body and was taken to hospital. Scans revealed that the disc between the fourth and fifth vertebra was gone and the fifth vertebra was dislocated, putting pressure on Nina???s spinal cord which could have caused complete paralysis. Surgeons operated to realign the fifth vertebra to release the pressure, which had to be done while Nina was still awake to ensure no damage to her spinal cord. Following that, surgeons then took a piece of bone from Nina???s hip to put in between the vertebras and fuse the spine. A metal disc was then inserted to support the fragile spine. Nina had to spend five weeks on bed rest to recover from the accident, but it became clear that Nina could only feel pain on her left side yet had movement on the right side. Nina was diagnosed with Brown Sequard Syndrome, meaning that her right side works but she has lost the feeling of sensations like hot, cold or pain. Nina???s left side was paralysed but she can feel more on that side. Through physiotherapy, Nina walked by herself for the first time on May 10, and she is now focusing training her left arm, which is significantly weakened. Nina celebrates each success, because it helps her appreciate how far she has come in her recovery, while remaining optimistic that she w
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Nina before her fall. NORWICH, UK: AFTER landing on her head in a scary fall this AERIALIST was left with a damaged spine that saw half of her body paralysed and the other half unable to feel PAIN - but after being operated on WHILE AWAKE she hopes to one day be back in the air. Team coach and aerialist, Nina Jussila (29) who is originally from Finland but moved to Norwich, UK, in 2014, has spent years practicing her aerial skills and swinging from the air. On March 7, 2019, while practicing a new drop from the silks, Nina fell 13ft and landed headfirst on the mat, with the weight of her body falling onto her head subsequently. Nina immediately screamed out that she couldn???t feel her body and was taken to hospital. Scans revealed that the disc between the fourth and fifth vertebra was gone and the fifth vertebra was dislocated, putting pressure on Nina???s spinal cord which could have caused complete paralysis. Surgeons operated to realign the fifth vertebra to release the pressure, which had to be done while Nina was still awake to ensure no damage to her spinal cord. Following that, surgeons then took a piece of bone from Nina???s hip to put in between the vertebras and fuse the spine. A metal disc was then inserted to support the fragile spine. Nina had to spend five weeks on bed rest to recover from the accident, but it became clear that Nina could only feel pain on her left side yet had movement on the right side. Nina was diagnosed with Brown Sequard Syndrome, meaning that her right side works but she has lost the feeling of sensations like hot, cold or pain. Nina???s left side was paralysed but she can feel more on that side. Through physiotherapy, Nina walked by herself for the first time on May 10, and she is now focusing training her left arm, which is significantly weakened. Nina celebrates each success, because it helps her appreciate how far she has come in her recovery, while remaining optimistic that she will return to aerial skills sometime in the
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Nina showing off her incredible aerial talent as she swings from silks. NORWICH, UK: AFTER landing on her head in a scary fall this AERIALIST was left with a damaged spine that saw half of her body paralysed and the other half unable to feel PAIN - but after being operated on WHILE AWAKE she hopes to one day be back in the air. Team coach and aerialist, Nina Jussila (29) who is originally from Finland but moved to Norwich, UK, in 2014, has spent years practicing her aerial skills and swinging from the air. On March 7, 2019, while practicing a new drop from the silks, Nina fell 13ft and landed headfirst on the mat, with the weight of her body falling onto her head subsequently. Nina immediately screamed out that she couldn???t feel her body and was taken to hospital. Scans revealed that the disc between the fourth and fifth vertebra was gone and the fifth vertebra was dislocated, putting pressure on Nina???s spinal cord which could have caused complete paralysis. Surgeons operated to realign the fifth vertebra to release the pressure, which had to be done while Nina was still awake to ensure no damage to her spinal cord. Following that, surgeons then took a piece of bone from Nina???s hip to put in between the vertebras and fuse the spine. A metal disc was then inserted to support the fragile spine. Nina had to spend five weeks on bed rest to recover from the accident, but it became clear that Nina could only feel pain on her left side yet had movement on the right side. Nina was diagnosed with Brown Sequard Syndrome, meaning that her right side works but she has lost the feeling of sensations like hot, cold or pain. Nina???s left side was paralysed but she can feel more on that side. Through physiotherapy, Nina walked by herself for the first time on May 10, and she is now focusing training her left arm, which is significantly weakened. Nina celebrates each success, because it helps her appreciate how far she has come in her recovery, while remaining optimistic that
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Nina doing a headstand before her fall in March 2019. NORWICH, UK: AFTER landing on her head in a scary fall this AERIALIST was left with a damaged spine that saw half of her body paralysed and the other half unable to feel PAIN - but after being operated on WHILE AWAKE she hopes to one day be back in the air. Team coach and aerialist, Nina Jussila (29) who is originally from Finland but moved to Norwich, UK, in 2014, has spent years practicing her aerial skills and swinging from the air. On March 7, 2019, while practicing a new drop from the silks, Nina fell 13ft and landed headfirst on the mat, with the weight of her body falling onto her head subsequently. Nina immediately screamed out that she couldn???t feel her body and was taken to hospital. Scans revealed that the disc between the fourth and fifth vertebra was gone and the fifth vertebra was dislocated, putting pressure on Nina???s spinal cord which could have caused complete paralysis. Surgeons operated to realign the fifth vertebra to release the pressure, which had to be done while Nina was still awake to ensure no damage to her spinal cord. Following that, surgeons then took a piece of bone from Nina???s hip to put in between the vertebras and fuse the spine. A metal disc was then inserted to support the fragile spine. Nina had to spend five weeks on bed rest to recover from the accident, but it became clear that Nina could only feel pain on her left side yet had movement on the right side. Nina was diagnosed with Brown Sequard Syndrome, meaning that her right side works but she has lost the feeling of sensations like hot, cold or pain. Nina???s left side was paralysed but she can feel more on that side. Through physiotherapy, Nina walked by herself for the first time on May 10, and she is now focusing training her left arm, which is significantly weakened. Nina celebrates each success, because it helps her appreciate how far she has come in her recovery, while remaining optimistic that she will return t
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Nina before her fall. NORWICH, UK: AFTER landing on her head in a scary fall this AERIALIST was left with a damaged spine that saw half of her body paralysed and the other half unable to feel PAIN - but after being operated on WHILE AWAKE she hopes to one day be back in the air. Team coach and aerialist, Nina Jussila (29) who is originally from Finland but moved to Norwich, UK, in 2014, has spent years practicing her aerial skills and swinging from the air. On March 7, 2019, while practicing a new drop from the silks, Nina fell 13ft and landed headfirst on the mat, with the weight of her body falling onto her head subsequently. Nina immediately screamed out that she couldn???t feel her body and was taken to hospital. Scans revealed that the disc between the fourth and fifth vertebra was gone and the fifth vertebra was dislocated, putting pressure on Nina???s spinal cord which could have caused complete paralysis. Surgeons operated to realign the fifth vertebra to release the pressure, which had to be done while Nina was still awake to ensure no damage to her spinal cord. Following that, surgeons then took a piece of bone from Nina???s hip to put in between the vertebras and fuse the spine. A metal disc was then inserted to support the fragile spine. Nina had to spend five weeks on bed rest to recover from the accident, but it became clear that Nina could only feel pain on her left side yet had movement on the right side. Nina was diagnosed with Brown Sequard Syndrome, meaning that her right side works but she has lost the feeling of sensations like hot, cold or pain. Nina???s left side was paralysed but she can feel more on that side. Through physiotherapy, Nina walked by herself for the first time on May 10, and she is now focusing training her left arm, which is significantly weakened. Nina celebrates each success, because it helps her appreciate how far she has come in her recovery, while remaining optimistic that she will return to aerial skills sometime in the
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On April 17, Nina was able to sit up for the first time. NORWICH, UK: AFTER landing on her head in a scary fall this AERIALIST was left with a damaged spine that saw half of her body paralysed and the other half unable to feel PAIN - but after being operated on WHILE AWAKE she hopes to one day be back in the air. Team coach and aerialist, Nina Jussila (29) who is originally from Finland but moved to Norwich, UK, in 2014, has spent years practicing her aerial skills and swinging from the air. On March 7, 2019, while practicing a new drop from the silks, Nina fell 13ft and landed headfirst on the mat, with the weight of her body falling onto her head subsequently. Nina immediately screamed out that she couldn???t feel her body and was taken to hospital. Scans revealed that the disc between the fourth and fifth vertebra was gone and the fifth vertebra was dislocated, putting pressure on Nina???s spinal cord which could have caused complete paralysis. Surgeons operated to realign the fifth vertebra to release the pressure, which had to be done while Nina was still awake to ensure no damage to her spinal cord. Following that, surgeons then took a piece of bone from Nina???s hip to put in between the vertebras and fuse the spine. A metal disc was then inserted to support the fragile spine. Nina had to spend five weeks on bed rest to recover from the accident, but it became clear that Nina could only feel pain on her left side yet had movement on the right side. Nina was diagnosed with Brown Sequard Syndrome, meaning that her right side works but she has lost the feeling of sensations like hot, cold or pain. Nina???s left side was paralysed but she can feel more on that side. Through physiotherapy, Nina walked by herself for the first time on May 10, and she is now focusing training her left arm, which is significantly weakened. Nina celebrates each success, because it helps her appreciate how far she has come in her recovery, while remaining optimistic that she will retur
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Nina showing off her incredible aerial talent as she swings from silks. NORWICH, UK: AFTER landing on her head in a scary fall this AERIALIST was left with a damaged spine that saw half of her body paralysed and the other half unable to feel PAIN - but after being operated on WHILE AWAKE she hopes to one day be back in the air. Team coach and aerialist, Nina Jussila (29) who is originally from Finland but moved to Norwich, UK, in 2014, has spent years practicing her aerial skills and swinging from the air. On March 7, 2019, while practicing a new drop from the silks, Nina fell 13ft and landed headfirst on the mat, with the weight of her body falling onto her head subsequently. Nina immediately screamed out that she couldn???t feel her body and was taken to hospital. Scans revealed that the disc between the fourth and fifth vertebra was gone and the fifth vertebra was dislocated, putting pressure on Nina???s spinal cord which could have caused complete paralysis. Surgeons operated to realign the fifth vertebra to release the pressure, which had to be done while Nina was still awake to ensure no damage to her spinal cord. Following that, surgeons then took a piece of bone from Nina???s hip to put in between the vertebras and fuse the spine. A metal disc was then inserted to support the fragile spine. Nina had to spend five weeks on bed rest to recover from the accident, but it became clear that Nina could only feel pain on her left side yet had movement on the right side. Nina was diagnosed with Brown Sequard Syndrome, meaning that her right side works but she has lost the feeling of sensations like hot, cold or pain. Nina???s left side was paralysed but she can feel more on that side. Through physiotherapy, Nina walked by herself for the first time on May 10, and she is now focusing training her left arm, which is significantly weakened. Nina celebrates each success, because it helps her appreciate how far she has come in her recovery, while remaining optimistic that
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