Hi folks. I'm nearly at the point of giving up wanting to run again. I was diagnosed with a form of spina bifida, and spondylolisthesis late last year, and the effects of this condition have been getting worse. My doctor wants me to go to another surgery, because I have annoyed them with my unanswered questions on my condition, and I complained that putting me on anti depressants was pointless, the neurosugeon has washed his hands of me, orthopedics will not give my a second oppinion (even though it's my right), the chiropractors don't really want to do anything as I have no medical insurance, and today was the end of the line for physio, and he said there is no more he can do for me. I also use the physio at Achillies Heel in Glasgow, but I can't go as often as I would like as it costs money.
Is there anything else I can do? Anything would be appreciated.
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