The claimant sought entitlement to NEBs and various medical/rehabilitation benefits. The hearing proceeded in-person and by writing. Adjudicator Boyce concluded that the claimant did not suffer a complete inability to carry on a normal life. Adjudicator Boyce noted that while the claimant’s injuries prevented her from returning to some of her pre-accident activities of daily living, she still went grocery shopping, attended Temple, and went swimming post-accident. As such, Adjudicator dismissed the claim for NEBs. With respect to the claimant’s dispute over medical benefits, Adjudicator Boyce awarded some of the disputed medical benefits. Adjudicator Boyce concluded that physical treatment was reasonable and necessary given the claimant’s reports of ongoing pain and because he had observed the claimant in discomfort during the hearing noting that the claimant needed to take breaks and used a cane and back brace at the hearing. Adjudicator Boyce dismissed the claimant’s claim for transportation, as this expense was not payable under the SABS and dismissed her claim for out of pocket expenses, noting that the insurer had paid in full all reasonable out of pocket expenses.