Doctors give life to 2 congenital Deaf Kashmiri girls at Narayana Hospital

A team of specialised doctors gave new life to two congenital deaf Kashmiri girls at Shri Narayana Hospital at Katra in Reasi district of Jammu and Kashmir.
Hospital Spokesman on Saturday said that the girls belonging to Khanyar and Bemina region of Kashmir were given a new lease of life by the philanthropic work of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board.
“Both these girls had bilateral profound hearing loss and since they couldn’t hear, they couldn’t speak,” Gulshan, mother of one the patients said that they had lost all hopes as the only recommended treatment was cochlear implant surgery and the cost of surgery was beyond their financial capability but Dr Rohan Gupta Consultant SMVD Narayana Superspeciality hospital understood their helplessness and recommended their case file to Board for financial help and CEO Shrine Board took no time to help this poor girl and give her an entry into the world of sound and music.