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  1. I'm SC for Sinusitis, is there a possibility to connect sleep apnea on a secondary basis? Sleep study was completed and CPap issued by civilian doc and a subsequent CPap was issued by VA.
  2. Thanks for the info. Yes, I have the latest orthotics that VA supposedly offers which I find uncomfortable with most of my shoes. The 30% rating is bilateral for pes planus and plantar fasciitis.
  3. Thanks for your response; the primary condition is hip pain/stiffness. My claim of hip pain secondary to flat feet was denied. However, the c & p Doc did provide a diagnosis of Trochanteric Pain Syndrome but with no service connection. Based on my research a shorten lower limb (leg) is a contributing factor to Trochanteric pain. I was diagnosed/advised that my left leg is shorter than my right and have copy of it. So, my question is should I file a rebuttal or a new claim for Trochanteric Pain Syndrome.
  4. Does anyone know if Trochanteris Syndrome is ratable if so, what category does it fall in.
  5. Thanks Vync, a very good read I'm encouraged. I did file a secondary claim for pain based on initial 10% SC for Vesectomy scar.
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