Neng is a 54-year-old rice farmer from Cambodia. Her husband of 24 years unfortunately passed away five years ago from illness. Neng has two sons and one daughter, and her daughter is married and has one child. In her free time, Neng enjoys watching Thai movies on TV and taking care of her grandchild.
Neng slipped and fell on October 21st, fracturing her right elbow. She received initial treatment from a Khmer healer, but the treatment did not improve her closed elbow fracture. Neng came to Children’s Surgical Centre (CSC) with right elbow pain, swelling, and inability to flex her arm.
Fortunately, surgeons at our medical partner, Children’s Surgical Centre, can help. On November 10th, Neng will undergo a fracture repair procedure, which will cost $465. This procedure will allow her to use her right arm easily again.
Neng shared, “I hope my right arm is better after surgery so I can be free of pain and continue my work as normal.”