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Hello to all my fellow Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine friends. I am glad I found this place. I am currently 70% who was downgraded and have been fighting ever since. Recently Had a c5,c6,c7 fusion with plate put in my cervical and it went real bad. Lost life for 2 minutes 18 seconds.

We (The VA) and outside doctors have been screaming at the VA that I am most definitely unemployable, but yet still waiting and being harassed by the VA. Is there any competent ROs out there anymore? Do any of them give a shit about us? I am hard pressed to see one yet.

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They should give you 100 percent for convalesence from surgery date then re evaluate with c and p exam with rom testing.

your main issue will be the nerves or radiculpathy on the nerves. Shoulder and arms.


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