I am so ready to get to the BVA, I am really going to find it interesting how they can resolve the rater stating, "I do not have kyphoscoliosis", when the VA has it listed on my problems list and I have over 20 visits with manual medicine trying to minimize the problems it is causing, I have multiple VA decisions stating my SC back injury has caused kyphosis and scoliosis in the thoracic spine. In the initial decision the rater states I cannot have any restictive lung disease/conditions, because the VA C&P doctor stated "I was not exposed to Asbestos"(someone needs to go back to medical school). In the SOC without any further examination, they grant SC for Sleep Apnea and state that it is a restrictive lung disease and was granted due to the medical records and medical opinion I had submitted 5 years before the initial decision. They then go on to state I have no other restrictive lung disease/conditions and if I did, they could not be granted because of pyramiding. I guess they never heard of the rule for 0% ratings and never read the rule about granting the higher of the two ratings in the instance of two disabilities in the same system.

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