Sros is a 35-year-old motor taxi driver. He’s married and his wife works as a farmer. They have two children, including a three-year-old son and a thirteen-year-old daughter.
In May 2021, Sros was in a motor vehicle accident that caused a fracture to his left tibia. He went to a government hospital for an open reduction procedure and returned home. However, he still has pain from the fracture and it is difficult for him to walk.
Over the last couple of months, he has visited our medical partner, Children’s Surgical Centre (CSC), a couple of times due to the pain. Fortunately, surgeons at CSC can help. On September 10th, Sros will undergo a fracture repair procedure, which will cost $465. This procedure will help him to walk easily again.
Sros shared that he hopes that he can walk easily and return to his job as soon as possible.