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armyeng

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  1. Thanks again for your help and input Ms. Berta. One of the evidence I sent in was my STR from Walter Reed and it mentioned the increased pronation but it was not mentioned in my decision letter. My recent visit to VA podiatrist mentioned the same thing as well. It also states pain on manipulation. But I am currently visiting a private podiatrist. I am not giving up. It's finally service connected at least. It took 5 years to get it at service connected. I just have to say persistent.
  2. Thanks for responding Berta. Sorry it took awhile to respond back. I found the copy of the decision letter and have attached it. My meps exam states mild asymptomatic and my exit physical stated severe asymptomatic. I have been given inserts by the military and VA which I have stated aren't working. I am now going to a private podiatrist.
  3. 63Charlie and Buck52 Thank you so much for the info. I am going to go to a podiatrist and have them examine my feet.
  4. Hello, I have a question. I recently filed for Pes Planus and they granted me service connection 0 percent. My MEPS exam stated pes planus mild asymptomatic, and my exit exam stated pes planus severe asymptomatic. During my time in service I was given shoe inserts to help with pain from the run and marches and said to have increased pronation. I also have knee and back problems. I want to NOD and file for increase. Do I have a claim? Any help is appreciated.
  5. Broncovet thanks for the response. I have a recent diagonsis that states pes planus with increased pronation and plantar fascitis. I just want to ensure I have my stuff correct as I put in this claim. The first time I got denied because I filed pes planus without indicating it was for aggravation not acquired.
  6. Hello, I have a question. I wanted to file a claim for pes planus aggravation. My MEPS exam stated pes planus mild asymptomatic, and my exit exam stated pes planus severe asymptomatic. During my time in service I was given shoe inserts to help with pain from the run and marches and said to have increased pronation. I also have knee and back problems. Do I have a claim? Any help is appreciated.
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