Reaksa is six years old. She has two sisters and two brothers. In her spare time, she likes to stay at home and play cooking games.
About a year ago, Reaksa developed fibrosis in the quadriceps muscle of her right leg. The scarring and thickening of the connective tissue surrounding her quadriceps muscle makes it difficult for Reaksa to walk, and she is in pain.
With her mother, Reaksa traveled for four hours to reach our medical partner, Children’s Surgical Centre (CSC), for treatment.
On February 22, surgeons at CSC will perform a quadriceplasty procedure to release the fibrous adhesions and improve mobility. The $425 surgery will help Reaksa walk easily again.