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Mh Problems, No C&p... Neck Problems Dr. Says Atrpohy... Plz Help


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My Major claim is for TBI with MDD and Anxiety with Panic... I went through 2nd Level TBI evaluation and have been seen by Dr.'s for Anxiety and Depression since I got out in 02'. 2nd level TBI said just that. I had a TBI from a serious MVA. I did not receive a C&P for Mental Health. Thoughts?

My second compliant is my neck and left leg. During exam Dr said me lookin to the right was just about 60degrees and left was 55degrees... Not sure what that meant, but then she checked my left and right arm and said my left arm had a good bit of atrophy in it and it worried her because of the MVA that I had in the military and she told me to ask my PCP for an MRI because she could not do that.

Now, I have not seen my C&P from my neck and leg visit, but my decision has moved forward and I have not had a mental health C&P...

Anybody know of anyone getting MH disability with no C&P?

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