File a complaint with the Dr's state (licensing board). The fact that he claimed he denied everyone can be validated by his record. The fact that he said he reviewed your evidence should be verified in the DBQ. Your evidence should have been in your records and when he stated he reviewed them, he should have given you a competent recommendation... I am assuming that there were indisputable facts in your VISTA/CPRS history that he identified. When he states that he reviewed those records, and fails to account for what they contain, then provides a negative report, the man is guilty of a crime. He can also lose his license.
(Falsification of medical records is a felony. When you falsify medical records, knowingly and unlawfully for the purpose of (fill in the blank), you may be charged in court for felony. The potential penalty for this is usually a maximum of five years in prison, or a $250,000 fine. )
Report the guy to the IG as well, the IG is responsible for investigating crimes committed by Federal Employee's.
I applied for an increase to PTSD while I was at 70%. I was lowballed at the exam and they proposed to decrease me to 50. I have 3 private DBQ's done and a letter from my VA psychiatrist ( She explicitly states although I have been in complaint with treatment, it has been refractory, since the Va said that I was improving ) all in my favor. I was wondering what argument VA can propose to deny my claim. I'd like to be ready for every possibility.
There used to be ways to poke around eBenefits and get a heads up, but the last two claims I had, everything on eBenefits said the same thing a the same time. So I think they have gotten there act together as far as what is on there.
That said, I have had prep for decision go back to gathering evidence many times. Sometime for a couple weeks, and once a couple hours. I have had the status change three times in the same day. Yep, I suffer from the eBenefits afliction. I don't drink or do drugs, so I got to have something.
You never know for real until you get the letter in the mail.