Linda was born normal just like any other child, while walking on the corridor she slipped and fell down. She was taken to hospital immediately and surgery was done, later on after so many years she came to realize that the doctor had displaced the knee cap during surgery, it is at this moment she was diagnosed with Femur Deformity, which was caused by poor correction of the knee whereby the angle between the head and the shaft of the femur was reduced to less than 120 degrees, this led to her knee discrepancy, her right leg being shortened and she developed a limp.
Linda had her first surgery for the correction which was quite intense. The procedure took 12 hours to correct the distal femur and patella realignment. She has a knee brace on her leg which has so far helped in the alignment and has acted as a knee to strengthen her muscles and also help stop any further injuries after the procedure.
Currently she has implants which were inserted in her leg to help in the alignment of her physic, pelvis and her spine which had Scoliosis (Curvature of the spine). Linda cannot walk and needs to go through two more surgeries namely Femur bone transport and Total knee replacement, she also needs physiotherapy to be able to walk again.