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So I went to my C&P and I had a forward Flex of 0-15 and a back flex of 0-10, bilaterial 0-10. The doc said I have IVDS, and instructed the nurse to write it down. Now if I am reading the Spine Claim Repository correctly I should have favorable ankylosis since I have my L5-S1 fused and lack of ROM right? The nurse stated that I have Favorable Ankylosis, but the doctor interupted and said no I dont since I am only fused in one area.

I believe my sciaticia or radiculpy of the legs were written as mild. The leg raise exam that the doc gave, both legs came back as positive and the nurse once again wrote it down on the report.

So if I am correct I would recieve a rating of 30 for the back and maybe 10 for each leg? I have read as much as possible on this site and now look for any input into this. Thanks in advance for your input.

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