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    I am not working, but forced to spend £40 a week getting physco treatment for my knee so I can walk; however the NHS only covers 7 sessions of which I've used up. Now waht can I do I've spent over £400 already!
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    I am not working, but forced to spend £40 a week getting physco treatment for my knee so I can walk; however the NHS only covers 7 sessions of which I've used up. Now waht can I do I've spent over £400 already!
    do the exercises they taught you yourself..?
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    I am not working, but forced to spend £40 a week getting physco treatment for my knee so I can walk; however the NHS only covers 7 sessions of which I've used up. Now waht can I do I've spent over £400 already!
    PROTIP:

    Physio

    Ya mad?
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    Thats odd.. When I had NHS physio it was free (but essentially useless)

    Private physio is great, and under my insurance so no worries, but that doesn't help you.

    NHS will not pay for it. Can't you ask for help from a family member or possibly get a loan? Cant think of anything else.
 
 
 
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