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Phild523

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  1. Hi everyone. I just recieved my rating and am satisfied with what I recieved. How long until you guys were re evaluated for your disabilities? How often do you guys get seen at va for appointments? I have always used private and will still see my private therapist for mental health bi weekly but want to also go to va mental health. How often do u guys go to mental health appointments? Thanks Phil
  2. Thank you very much everyone. Now the wait for backpay.
  3. I just wanted to thank everyone here who helped me on my way with my claim. I recieved 80%. I am so very happy and relieved.
  4. Hamslice, I claimed residuals of heat stroke. I have it in my service medical record and did not think I d even get an exam for it. I spoke with the examiner about my heat intolerence. Basically not being able to be outside in the heat or direct sun. She wrote at least as likely as not and stated I did not have issues before the heat stroke.
  5. Has anyone on here or know someone with residuals of heat stroke for heat intolerence? I had a cp exam last month for it and I was wondering what it was rated at.
  6. My claim has been going on since aug 2018. It has been a crazy road. I put in conditions that my vso thought I should all at once. There was an issue with ptsd tbi and determining which symptoms belong to which. Claim went to prep for decision. Rater kicked back and I went to three more cp exams. Exams went well. He said it was assigned to a rater. What does this actually mean? It can mean anywhere right? Not just my regional office. Thanks guys.
  7. My claim has been going on since aug 2018. It has been a crazy road. I put in conditions that my vso thought I should all at once. There was an issue with ptsd tbi and determining which symptoms belong to which. Claim went to prep for decision. Rater kicked back and I went to three more cp exams. Exams went well. He said it was assigned to a rater. What does this actually mean? It can mean anywhere right? Not just my regional office. Thanks guys.
  8. My opinion on your matter is to claim it. Tbi can cause serious health issues later on. I am in the same boat as others as the va has held up my claim for a very long time trying to seperate tbi and ptsd. Examiners had do opinions which one was wrong and had to be redone. Then ptsd examiner had to give her opinion. I think they are going to end up combining them. I think it does depend on your situation but in my personal opinion I would.
  9. Yes I had two tbi initial cp exams and one for ptsd. Then I had two ace exams from both examiners as well.
  10. GBArmy thank you very much for your response. I am actually very surprised to get a c&p exam for these conditions. I have them in my service medical records but did not get a medical opinion for these conditions before sending my claim in. I continue to seek treatment for these conditions. I will do as you recommend. Thank you.
  11. Have C&p coming up for knee and foot. Just wondering if anyone has been through it and can tell me what to expect.
  12. Thank you for your response. I do have the documentation from my service medical records including x Ray's for both. I also had an MRI from my own dr that I played for with my own private insurance. So were you denied for both?
  13. Has anyone gone for a cp exam for foot or knees. Broke foot at JRTC and has never been the same. Hyperextended knee in basic still causes pain on my feet all day.Just wondering what is all that is involved?
  14. I put in for my knees and my feet. I did not get a nexus or medical opinion from a doctor. I do however have them in my service medical records. I have a cp exam coming up for knees feet and flatfoot which I had never claimed. Has anyone had a cp exam for these conditions? Just wondering what to expect. Thanks.
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