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Hi all. Just found out today that i have osteoarthritus in both of my feet. I am currently SC for bilateral plantar fascitis at 30% which i've had an appeal for 18 months and waiting on the hearing to be rescheduled. About to get stem cell Injections so sure i will get 50% one of these years. My question is this... can i get SC also for the arthritis? Thanks in advance for amy help!!

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Yes, you can recieve compensation for arthritis.  However, as usual, you can not "pyramid" and get compensated for the same symptoms twice.  So if you are already receiving, for example, compensation for plantar fasciatis, because of your inability to walk, you cant not AGAIN be compensated for arthritis because your cant walk also.  

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