With that amount of damage and broken ribs, I wonder how you can get out at all! I am sure that your Doctor or Doctors would advise against it, if they knew what you were doing! Broken ribs can shift inward or outward and damage or pierce the diaphragm, pierce the muscles and skin or even a vital organ depending upon where the break is and the severity of it. I had a rib out of place in the upper middle portion of my' back for nearly three years which caused me bad bouts of pain over the years and at times, it was even hard to breath. My friend who is a retired Chiropractor and the only person I know of that can realign a rib, was finally able to get my' rib back into place. It took three months to do so, since I don't like to bother him much about my pains and also because the rib had been out of place so long, that the muscles and tissues had somewhat modified themselves to accomodate this new position of the out of place rib. When my friend was finally able to get my' rib back in place, you should have heard it. Although the rib did not break, it was loud and sounded like a clean break of the rib but the relief was almost instantaneous and I was finally able to move and breath again without severe pain. Being one of a very few people that know how to realign a rib, my friend teaches the techniques to accomplish the realignments to practicing Chiropractors and others.
Since I do understand the severity of your injuries and the risks you take just to get out, I hope that you will be very careful when out Ginseng hunting and digging or just doing much of anything that requires walking, climbing hills or ridges, lifting anything and even bending over. With your broken ribs, it may only take one or more bad falls and life as you know it, could completely and severely changed. Although the repairs would be costly, you need a top notch Orthopedic Surgeon that can repair the breaks and with enough recovery/healing time, that you will be back to or closer to normal in health and not be at risk of another severe injury if you happened to fall. More than likely, your' broken ribs will require that they be permanently pinned and have bone grafts done on each one that is broke.
Good luck, be careful and safe!