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Muniba Mazari walks for the first time in 10 years with the help of a robot

Muniba Mazari recently shared her experience of walking with the help of a robotic exoskeleton

Muniba Mazari who is a renowned motivational speaker and philanthropist from Islamabad walked for the first time in 10 years after her unfortunate accident which caused her to lose function in the lower body.

Muniba tweeted a heartwarming message with a couple of pictures and a video of herself trying to walk using the help of a robotic exoskeleton made by ReWalk Robotics in America.

The ReWalk Exoskeleton provides powered hip and knee motion that enables a paralyzed individual to stand and walk, just like in case of Muniba Mazari whose lower body is completely paralyzed.

Mazari met a horrific car accident in 2007 at the age of 21 while traveling with her husband. She suffered a major spinal cord injury along with many other minor injuries.

This resulted in her lower body being paralyzed. For the next 10 years, Mazari has spent most of her life in a wheelchair. But with the help of ReWalk Exoskeleton, she could finally be able to walk.

This special exoskeleton is designed specifically for people suffering from injuries like Mazari and has so far produced exceptional results.

While others lose all hope after such a traumatizing and near death experience kind of an accident, Mazari has continued to inspire and motivate people in and out of Pakistan.

She kept on living with her condition and provided others with hope. She has also been featured in Forbes 30 under 30 and also has a place amongst BBC’s 100 most inspirational women of 2015.

Muniba Mazari also appears on TV as an anchor and sometimes ings as well. She also has her own brand named Muniba’s Canvas.

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