Add: ZhangJiaDi Village, WangQingTuo Town, WuQing District, TianJin, China
General manager: Miss.Carry
Charlotte Walton, 24, from Newbury, Berkshire, has Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS), and can no longer use one of her arms and both her legs.
She said "life is currently passing by" because she is "stuck in her home".
Her local NHS Clinical Commissioning Group apologised and asked her to "get in touch" to discuss her situation.
Ms Walton's EDS means that her joints easily dislocate, and in the past four years since her diagnosis, the condition has worsened.
Because doctors say there is a 3% chance she could walk again, she cannot be given an NHS-funded high-power battery motor electric wheelchair to improve her mobility.
"Because of this 3% there is no definitive answer over whether I will walk again, so I'm stuck", said Ms Walton.
"I've got no independence left, and the last six months have been hell".
The former nursery nurse and community worker says she is in excruciating pain, and is taking 35 batches of medication a day.