I am new to this forum so please forgive me if I break any rules. I am also known for putting my foot in it verbally so apologies in advance if I do.
I am about to start a course of treatment for accident induced OA of the hip. It is 9 sessions and is costing £900. I have been assessed and I must say I found the practice to be very helpful and the physio has got to be one of the best I have come across. I will keep the forum appraised of the results as time goes on. if anyone has any questions at any time please feel free to ask away.
Setting out I am not hopeful but that is probably just the cynic in me. The practice had an answer for most questions apart from one. That was why do companies like BUPA not recognise this as a treatment. If it costs 10k for a new hip why would they not want to invest in a treatment that costs 10% of that figure. They said it was early days and BUPA was looking into the treatment. I will keep you posted