“Doctors were certain I would be bound to the wheelchair for good.”
“But I’m back on my feet again, feeling stronger than ever all thanks to this 'zappy back savior'!”
“I hope by sharing my story to the world, more people can find relief from chronic back pain, even for those who lack access to healthcare!”
Coming from Pakistan since 1953, immigrant Jamal had seen it all – from JFK presidency years to America’s victory in the cold war.
Though life was hard in this country he calls home, he was fiercely proud to be here where he truly felt belonged and dedicated his life’s work to building with sweat and tears.
As an undocumented immigrant, work opportunities were slim for Jamal. He lived from mouth to mouth, accepting hard work and relished in it.
He always took pride in his odd labor work, toiling for the Burlington Northern and Santa Fe (BNSF) Railway and later in skyscrapers such as Willis Tower and New York Times Building.
“It was a real privilege to have a hand in building up the country. I only have fond memories as every build is special to me.”
“I just feel proud knowing I played a part in making America great, however tiny it is!” – Jamal
Though still recognized as an Alien status the entire time, he was convinced there was no place for him to be, except here. Then one day, it all changed.