Months of conflict in Ukraine have left thousands of people in need of physical rehabilitation, including treatment of war wounds, surgery, assistive devices, physiotherapy, and more. Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) teams are helping provide these services at public hospitals in Kyiv and Vinnytsia. "In Kyiv, it's a very big hospital where war-wounded patients arrive," said Dr. Diana Galindo, MSF medical coordinator. "They receive patients from the east and the south, where the first surgeries are done, and then they are sent to Kyiv to continue their care. We see that most of them are amputees, and they are presenting now with heavier handicaps than if they were treated properly with rehabilitation."