Alory underwent fracture repair surgery to help him walk again.
Alory no longer experiences pain and can soon walk on his own. As a construction worker, he has not been able to feed his family because he hasn’t been able to work. This surgery has relieved him of pain and worry about supporting his family. The staff looks forward to tracking Alory’s improvements over the next few months as he continues his physiotherapy appointments.
His son shares, “We are very satisfied that my father could have this surgery. He will be able to walk and work on his own without the help of the children. Thank you to the CSC staff for your help.”
Alory no longer experiences pain and can soon walk on his own. As a construction worker, he has not been able to feed his family because he ...
Alory is a 56-year-old married father of three daughters and one son. In his free time, Alory enjoys watching political news and Khmer movies on TV.
On June 2nd, Alory was in a bicycle accident. He visited a hospital where they took an x-ray and told him he would need surgery on his knee. However, the hospital did not have the instruments to perform the procedure. It is difficult for him to walk because he can not straighten his left leg without pain.
He then visited our medical partner, Children’s Surgical Centre (CSC), and was diagnosed with a left patella fracture. On June 7th, surgeons will perform an open reduction surgery to heal his fracture and allow him to walk easily again. Now, CSC is requesting $412 to fund Alory’s procedure.
Alory shared, “I hope I can return to my work soon when I am healed and can walk again.”
Alory is a 56-year-old married father of three daughters and one son. In his free time, Alory enjoys watching political news and Khmer movie...