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Q: SSA adjudication Approved spine 2012 surgery vertebra truncated pedicle. 2023 All insurance 0 cancer treat sarcoma tumor

Doctors state "patient Off Meds Cymbalta P4E perceived stress scale Depression only symptoms NO Ortho" "Foot IV shared needle infection failed surgery and 2007 0 radiculopathy False" 1 Cancer Vertebrae truncated pedicle screw tracks L5 malignant tumor sacral chondromas L5 ventral ramus coccygeal nerve epicondylitis fracture anterior pelvis femur ligament acetabular fossa labrum fistulas. 2 sciatic femoral cutaneous of thigh piriformis S3 pelvis tail bone fracture posterior iliac fossa. 3 Chronic orchialgia testicular damage 1963-1970-1982 injury to gluteal pudendal nerve. 4 torn joint ligaments 2 fingers. 5 C1 C3 C6 spondylitis. 6 R bone chip elbow epicondylitis. 7 Lumbar Diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis (DISH) T12-L1 costovertebral bridging spondylosis spur facet 8 R elbow epicondylitis bone chip 9 Left thumb joint torn ligament Spondylitis. 10 Carpal tunnel Synovitis R MP joint 11 Parotid gland, ear infection vertigo nystagmus OPK SEVERE EMG 5.8 Radiculopathy HIP stand & Fall

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James L. Arrasmith
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  • Elder Law Lawyer
  • Sacramento, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: In general, it sounds like you have been through a lot medically and may have grounds to appeal previous disability claim decisions or file new claims. However, disability law and medical details can be quite complex. I would suggest consulting with a patient advocate or disability attorney who can review your full medical records and history to determine the best options for appealing, refiling, or seeking appropriate care based on your conditions. An experienced professional can advise you on the specifics of your case and help ensure your rights and health are protected. I wish you the very best in finding resolutions and treatment going forward.

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