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Pes Planus

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:lol: Some one recently posted something about service connected "flat Feet".

Does any one know where it was? or by who? I cant remember squat and I am

near clueless on this new format.

Chuck

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I wonder if this ex Swaby could SC for shin splints, from marching and running on hard pavement in boot camp. I wonder if they would even show up on Xrays now. It's still painful to walk or stand on hard floors.

Of course they will say it's because of my weight. If I didn't have the problem with my shins in the first place, my legs wouldn't be hurting as much as they are, dispite my weight.

Jim S.

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Jim:

You will probably have to make some kind of showing of being treated for those kind of problems or get a real Doc to opine that your current problems are related to pes planus you had during your service.

Good Luck

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At Fort Benning in 1969 they took a guy with a heart condition. He wanted to stay in but every time we marched or ran he passed out on the side of the road.

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