Sopheak is a 39-year-old construction worker from Cambodia. In his free time, he likes reading the news, listening to the radio, watching TV, and helping his wife with the house work.
One year ago, Sopheak slipped and fell, dislocating his left hip bone. He first went to Ke Tukmealea Hospital but was then referred to Lim Taing private clinic where the hardware was implanted. Now, the exposed hardware is infected, making it painful and difficult to walk.
Fortunately, surgeons at our medical partner, Children’s Surgical Centre, can help. On February 13, Sopheak will undergo a hardware removal procedure, which will cost $214. This treatment will help him walk again and not experience any discomfort.
He says, “After surgery, I hope that I can walk well without any pain and go back to work.”