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    You’ve just been rated 100% disabled by the Veterans Affairs. After the excitement of finally having the rating you deserve wears off, you start asking questions. One of the first questions that you might ask is this: It’s a legitimate question – rare is the Veteran that finds themselves sitting on the couch eating bon-bons … Continue reading

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Papa

C&p Exam Almost Done

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Well I just got back from my examination, and it went alright. Just kept the info that I learned on the do's and don'ts here on hadit. The doctor noticed that I use a cane,and had me walk, and commented that you sure limp bad. Noticed that I had an extremely hard time taking off my socks and shoes. Have flat feet, Absolutely no reflexes in either foot or let. He said that I have Flat Feet, and noticed the special inserts in my shoes. He wanted me to bend over to touch my toes, I could barely touch my knees. Had me to bend backwards, but only was able to go a few inches. Told to bend to the right and to the left, again only a few inches. My eye exam was a surprise, as I could not read but the very top line. I was actually scheduled for a treadmill, but they told me that I would be scheduled instead for an ECHO test. He wanted to know how I got the scars under my chin, upper cut, and fainted and hit the chin on the commode. Now, I wait.

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One thing on my last post that I did not want to ask is how does my C&P examination look? But, the curiosity is killing me, then again Curiosity did kill the Cat:tongue: Just some feedback would be appreciated.

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You can go to the VAMC hospital in a week or so and get a copy of your C & P exam.

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Pete

Thanks, but would this matter if QTC did the examination?

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It is my understanding, if you had a QTC, C &P exam then you would have to get a copy of the exam from the VARO and they do not like to give copies of the exam. The VARO will give you a copy but it will take some time before they release it to you. It is a lot easier and faster if you could get it from the VAMC hospital.

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QTC will not give you a copy and they send it with their bill to the VARO. If it is feasible you can go to VARO and ask for copy or at least see it.

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