Many think of arthritis as a condition that affects only the elderly. However, about three in 1,000 Canadian children are diagnosed with the disease.
When Sadiq was only six years old, he was diagnosed with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis – a condition that caused pain and swelling in his joints.
“I knew that I wasn’t going to be a regular normal kid,” Sadiq says.
Now an aspiring professional golfer in Canada, Sadiq has taken control of his arthritis and says that it’s his motivator to work hard and chase his dream of becoming a professional athlete. Watch the video above to hear Sadiq’s story.
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