Hi, Yes he said that they didnt "send him anything" and this is the reply I sent after I received my denial. I also sent a statement from my wife
RE: Inadequate exam by VES Doctor ***************
My wife, in person, attended the exam by Dr. **** and recorded the time I was in there. I did not receive any examination at all. I was not measured for range of motion. I was not examined in any way. He asked about pain medication and I told him the VA does not provide pain medicine anymore. He had me pull up my pants and from 20 feet away he said “wow, that is stiff” and that was it. He said he would do what he could and told me I could go. I was in his exam room less than 15 minutes. The parking ticket will bear me out. I respectfully request another exam ASAP. This decision is in error because the doctor did not examine me. I object to the range of motion measurements also as he did not do any measuring. I respectfully request a copy of the document that shows measure ments
I hereby request that a copy of the C&P Doc’s resume, CV, list of publications, list of specialties, etc., such that his/her experience and qualifications may be examined, reviewed, questioned, and/or challenged. I specifically request that any and all information stored in VetPort – or any other system of records – that pertains to the Examiners’ credentialing as a medical professional since the Examiner’s date of first employment and/or association with the VA – be included in my C-File and specifically examined by the BVA and CAVC to determine the adequacy of the Examiner’s so-called expertise. 38 U.S.C. 7402; 38 CFR Part 46;VHA Handbook 1100.19; VA Handbook 5005, Part II, Chapter 3; VHA DIRECTIVE 2012-030.
Furthermore, I object to the following aspects of the VA Examiner’s opinion:
a) The lack of support in the opinion with scientific, technical or other specialized knowledge, and how it relates to the conclusion being sought
b) The lack of facts, tests, or data on which to base the opinion no exam was held.
c) The lack of evidence demonstrating the Examiner’s conclusion is the product of reliable principles and methods, no exam no opinion can be made.
d) The Examiner’s failure to reliably applied medical, scientific, and or forensic principles and methods to the facts of the case. Thank you,
Joel D Lands