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WHY would they do this,. at the time, I had been begging for a chiro appt, and never did get one. At the time, I was rated at 40 percent. Im at 60 percent now, and still cannot get a chiro appt. This document was found while parusing my med recs. It shows where my previous primary madew a consult refferal, then discontinued it all in one motion. Why would she do this? I was NEVER informed of any refferal.

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why in the hell, would you order a consult , never notify the patient, then discontinue it, all on one piece of paper.

Upon my latest request, they are now telling me they only treat for acute injuries, and if I have private insurance I caqn seek outside chiro care. how nice of them to inform me of that .

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I was waiting for a referral since last Aug for the Chiro Doc. Finally got one in Jan 14 and he says for me to do Physical Therapy and Steroid Shots. So I told him to order MRIs first and go from there as the Dang VA kept giving me Xrays which don't show crap. So finally I get MRIs in Feb 14 and I went to the Chiro Doc on Thursday, and guess what Deg Disc Disease, Pinched Nerves and a Big Hole in one of my Vertebrae. Now I need surgery on both of my Knees, Right Shoulder, Neck and Back. I should have had these last year and I could have been better by now. I have had atleast 10 referrals in the last year that never made it to the Specialists. I know how you feel bud, and it is Fu****** ridiculous. God Bless bud and good luck.

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same same, I also have been asking for an MRI, so I can possibly get spinal injections , and they tell me I dont meet the criteria. Yet they wont tell me what the criteria is. I hope and pray I get approved for SS, its been a month since seeing the Wizard, with no answer yet. If I get it, Im going to see a real doctor , at a real hospital, an d get some real care, for my real back problems. WHAT A DANG CIRCUS.

Ive been told by a real doctor that I have spondylolysis thesis with DDD. So I will just keep requesting care, and they will keep denying me care. When I feel I have enough evidence of malpractice and can show that if the VA had treated me, I would not be in so bad of shape, I will nail them with a tort lawsuit and 1151 claim. Evidently they dont mind those very much, being they paid out around 93 million last year.

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