Little Vicky wants to play; Family flies from Hungary to Kerala again
Thodupuzha: Vicky alias Victoria, daughter of the Hungarian couple Imre Markos and Monica, was born with a defective brain. She was paralyzed on one side of the body due to the disease. Vicky cannot even move without her parents help. She was quite sad that she cannot play with her elder sister Honey. Though her family sought medical help from different parts of the world, nothing gave a positive result.
Meanwhile, they met a Tamil Nadu native priest, who was engaged in charitable services. As per his instruction, they reached the Govt. Ayurveda Hospital in Paremavu in Cheruthoni in March 2016, and started treatment under the supervision of Dr. K. R. Suresh. The effect was visible in a few days. They returned to Hungary with Vicky after one month, completing the preliminary stage of the treatment. Vicky and family came back in February 2017.
By the time, Dr. Suresh had been transferred to Thodupuzha District Hospital. Vicky’s parents came to the Ayurveda Hospital in Karikkode on knowing that. As the third stage of the treatment, kizhi, dhara and sirodhara were performed on the child, said the doctor. Resultantly, the 3-year-old Vicky has started smiling and moving her limbs, informed the hospital authorities.
The Hungarian family reached India in medical visa of one month. Vicky’s father Imre Markos is a truck driver in Hungary, and mother Monica is a housewife. Vicky has a younger sister also, 9-month-old Noyal. The family returned to Hungary on Sunday, but will return in March 2018 to continue the treatment.