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Reymark's Story

“When I grow up, I want to become a power ranger. I want to be the red one, the black one, and the green one! But I think Marvin will be the red power ranger!” -Reymark.

Reymark is the oldest of two boys. He sets the stage as a brave big… Read more

“When I grow up, I want to become a power ranger. I want to be the red one, the black one, and the green one! But I think Marvin will be the red power ranger!” -Reymark.

Reymark is the oldest of two boys. He sets the stage as a brave big brother to Marvin and keeps his mom Marichu’s hands full. You see him all over the place talking to people and playing with anything that he can get a hold of!

“When Reymark was two years old, he kept climbing up and down the bed and went off balance. He fell and broke his left elbow. Recently, he broke his arm two months ago when he fell off of a small bridge at home,” tells Marichu. Both elbows did not have any open wounds and he only went through massage therapy as the treatment. Thankfully, he’s here with us to get the proper treatment so he can go back to school and live a normal life!

Marichu adds, “Sometimes he doesn’t wanna go to school anymore. He gets ashamed because he gets bullied about his arms.” Obviously, playing is still Reymark’s favorite thing to do in school as he hopes to become a soldier and pursue his superhero goals with fixed elbows!

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Jul 13, 2017

Reymark got a celebratory hug today from Dr. Jun because the infection on his arm has gone down! He'll be back in two weeks as we hope to see his wound healed even more than it is now. And with a couple suckers in hand, Reymark went home with a pack of bandages so they can keep cleaning the wound area. Photo of Reymark

Jul 03, 2017

Reymark was suspicious about coming back to the hospital so soon, which explains the sad face. And to make him feel better, we overwhelmed him with candies, treats, and encouraging words, which didn't really work during the first part of the dressing change. Eventually, he calmed down and went back to his chatty self. It looks like he doesn't need to get a debridement. His arm looks so much better and will keep healing well as long as he keeps up with his follow up treatment! Please continue praying for this brave boy! Photo of Reymark

Jun 29, 2017

We are excited to see Reymark back in clinic! His shy smile told us that that he was too, but he wasn't looking as enthusiastic as he was when he last left. Since it was his birthday, we got him goodies and a cupcake while he was watching a "Cars" movie, but even that wasn't enough to cheer him up. We knew something was off and his badly infected arm confirmed what was wrong. After surgery, his family opted in for herbal medicine which caused infection. So we're keeping an eye on the swelling, waiting for it to go down with medicine and hoping that he will not need to go back into the OR for a debridement. Photo of Reymark

May 18, 2017

“Are you excited to go home?” we asked Reymark this morning. “No!” was his honest answer! And, with all the fun he’s been having, why would he be? He spent the morning roaming around the hospital, hopping between the ward and playroom, blowing bubbles with Cita, one of our volunteers, he even found a secret hiding place at the end of the hallway. But, all good things must come to an end, and Reymark headed home this afternoon. Photo of Reymark

May 17, 2017

Lots of 'thumbs up' gestures from Reymark today as he headed down into the OR with the doctors. Fortunately, we only needed to do one arm this time and allow the other arm to heal on its own. He was wondering what was going to happen with "play" on his mind. Right before he fell asleep, we were making animal noises! After about an hour of cuts and drills on his elbow, Reymark is on his way to healing right as he is all wrapped up in a blanket like a cocoon! Photo of Reymark

May 16, 2017

Reymark says, “I like to play with motorcycles, red motorcycles and red trucks! Can we play now?” And right when we walked into the playroom, he hopped on the red fire truck! We think it’s safe to say that Reymark’s favorite color is red. Although he wasn’t a big fan seeing the red tube when his blood was drawn earlier, he recovered right away and is back to his happy Reymark self! Photo of Reymark

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