Chantrea is a 34-year-old teacher from Cambodia. He is the youngest of four siblings, and enjoys reading books and meeting his friends after work.
In February 2019, Chantrea was in a severe motorcycle accident that resulted in the fracture of his left leg. He received initial treatment for his injuries at a local clinic, where he was fitted with internal hardware. However, the hardware has since broken. His injuries still have not healed and Chantrea is unable to walk without support and suffers from pain and redness near the operation site.
Fortunately, surgeons at our medical partner, Children’s Surgical Centre, can help. On December 09, Chantrea will undergo a fracture repair procedure, which will cost $430. Surgery will revise the original operation and will internally fixate his fracture with a new set of hardware.
Chantrea said, “I hope that I will be able to walk again without any pain and I will be able to return to work again.”