Medical Costs Covered

By July 20, 2013Financial
The Svejkovsky When I was in junior high, I hurt my knee and had to have surgery on it within 2 years of injuring it. Over the years, I’ve been in a car accident, bruised, sprained and twisted my knee. After working at a desk job for one year, my knee ran out of cartilage and I had to have a total knee replacement in May. When the surgeon did the replacement, he ran across a lot of old scar tissue and extra problems that needed to be fixed. The doctor had to try to remove as much of that old scar tissue as possible. Then I had to go back into the operating room in early September so the orthopedic surgeon could manipulate it and work out the new scar tissue that had already formed and had kept my knee from bending well.   Physical therapy has been lengthy and expensive. I went twice a week for the past three months and every day for a week after the manipulation. Last week, I told the doctor that the physical therapy was getting a little pricey and we would not be able to do it any longer. He told me “No, no, no. You still need physical therapy. Stay here I’ll be right back.” When he returned, the news he told us was very surprising. He cleared 9 physical therapy visits for me with no co-pay! We are praising God for His faithfulness with providing for us the things we need!   And my God will meet all your needs according to the riches of his glory in Christ Jesus. Philippians 4:19