Here is the little boy that has been coping with his life disabled.
This challenging 10-year-old lives as a twofold amputee – however that hasn't halted him taking up KARATE and going skateboarding with his companions. Cory Jr. had both of his legs excised not long after he was brought into the world with an uncommon condition, called Tibial Hemimelia, where the tibia bone is either little or missing.
For Cory's situation, his tibia bones were not completely evolved in the two legs and he was missing lower leg joints. So specialists, alongside his mother, Christy, concluded removal was the best course of treatment. While Cory has prosthetics, he once in a while utilizes them – selecting to get around a lot speedier on his stubs.
In spite of the inescapable hardship his condition has presented, Cory stays positive and dynamic throughout everyday life; taking karate classes, skateboarding with companions and even stone climbing.
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