Phy is a 30-year-old farmer from Cambodia who is married with one son. In his free time, he enjoys staying at home and reading magazines.
On June 16th, 2016, Phy fractured his right femur in a moto accident. He is in pain and is unable to walk long distances. He also is unable to do his work on the farm.
Prior to coming to Watsi’s medical partner, Children’s Surgical Centre (CSC), he has only received Khmer traditional medicine in his village. He traveled four hours with his mother to reach CSC for treatment.
Surgeons at CSC will perform an open reduction internal fixation (ORIF) procedure to heal the fracture. Surgery is needed in order to realign the bones into a normal position.
The treatment will cost $405, and will allow Phy to walk easily once he has fully recovered.