STAR IN THE HOOD
Revitalise your Wellbeing TSV 15/01/22
I got DH the leg thingie for Christmas! So far we’ve both used it every day. He needs it and thinks it’s helping but I guess anyone can use it. It’s not homedics though.What could this be? Vitamins or one of those leg vibrating thingies (that take up too much room and never get used - Mr CC this time).
My mum had acupuncture from some kind of pain, might have been knees, and although it was costly it did work. You don't get your money back if it doesn't work though so trying the mat would be my first port of call.
I'm amazed qvc are with cashbackI've ordered it to give it a go. Got £9.33 off using topcashback too so thst made it feel a tiny bit less of a huge spend.
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I've been thinking of trying acupuncture but it's £90 to £60 a session and nearest yo me is just under an hour travel, so the mat seems like bedt bet for me to try.
Don't Americans pay for all their medical treatments though? I once saw a documentary on TV where a man needed a simple hernia operation which would have been free in the UK but in the US it was $30,000. He and his wife kind of accepted he'd die because they couldn't afford it and he had no insurance because, again, he couldn't afford it. I've a good friend in the USA and she always says she has to keep her medical insurance up to date.I have had slipped, herniated discs for years. Had NHS therapy and pain clinic sessions for years its still there. Its odd but Amercans are shocked that I have not had the operation that they have readily available.
My cash back from QVC has never been paid either. I’m surprised that Topcashback don’t remove them from their siteThey’re also on TopCashBack. However, when I was buying from QVC, my purchases were tracked but they didn’t pay out despite my filing three claims. Mind you, knowing what QVC are like it didn’t surprise.