Chheng is a 27-year-old from Cambodia. He works in his parents’ shop to help support the family. When he’s not working, Chheng enjoys watching TV and spending time with his four brothers and two sisters.
Chheng was born with bilateral bowlegs, a condition in which his knees stay wide apart when he stands with his feet and ankles together. Over the past year, Chheng has undergone bowleg correction surgeries funded by Watsi. During the treatments, surgeons inserted hardware in his right and left legs to realign the bones.
On July 13, surgeons will remove the hardware from Chheng’s left femur to help him walk comfortably again. Our medical partner, Children’s Surgical Centre, is requesting $214 to fund the treatment.
Chheng is incredibly thankful for Watsi’s support for his treatment.