Paratrooper with the 3rd Kirovograd Special Purpose Regiment, Valeriy, has returned home to recover after surgery.
The soldiers underwent a second surgery on his right forearm – tenoliz. The operation will return movement to the tendon, which is very limited due to scarring.
We wish the hero a speedy recovery and wait for positive results from his next review.
More details about Valeriy’s course of treatment can be found at this link.
Fighter with the 93th Brigade Vladislav has been discharged after completing his first stage of treatment – the sampling of cellular material from the ilium bone and fragment from fibula. Currently fighter is recovering at home in his native Dnepropetrovsk.
As a result of tank fire from separatists, Vladislav was hit in the leg with shell fragments, and they also completely shattered his shoulder – miraculously there was no nerve damage, which would have complicated dramatically the fighter’s treatment.
The soldier was evacuated to Krasnoarmiysk and then brought in Dnipropetrovsk, where he underwent four operations – surgeons performed plastic surgery on the soft tissues and fitted an external fixation device. Now Vladislav’s shoulder is in a plaster cast.
Our hero needs reconstructive and restorative treatment arm, which recently started. Fundraising for Vladislav’s treatment continues. Get involved in our project and help this Ukrainian hero return to a normal life!