A two-year-old boy has cuddled his mum for the first time after life-changing spinal surgery.
Isaac Manzoor, from Surrey, suffers from a painful condition known as spastic quadriplegia cerebral palsy which means he can't co-ordinate his muscles properly.
Isaac had two delicate operations which involved removing part of his spine. He can now play with his siblings, and for the first time and cuddle his mum.
Isaac's treatment wasn't cheap. His mother, Louise, began raising money last year to pay for her son's specialist care at a hospital in America. Speaking to the Surrey Mirror, she said:
Isaac is still unable to walk independently and is undergoing hours of physiotherapy each week.