Koemhak is a woman from Cambodia. She has one son and two daughters. She likes to go for walks and cook for her family in her free time.
Nine months ago, she was in a motor vehicle accident that caused a fracture in her right tibia. She was treated with traditional Khmer medicine, a bamboo splint. Her leg is still not straight, and she is in chronic pain. She cannot walk on her own.
Koemhak needs to undergo an osteotomy procedure and an ORIF nailing to heal her fracture. Surgery is scheduled at our medical partner’s care center on November 8 and will cost $390.
She says, “After the surgery, I hope I can return to work and look forward to spending time with my family.”