I keep hearing that its not the diagnosis that qualifies one for SSDI, but the tests that are given and if you pass them or not. Someone told me they ask you to move milk crates from one spot to the next. Are you kidding???What are these tests? What do they ask you to do? What makes you pass or fail? I've got multiple medical problems. I live in chronic pain. I cant be in any one position for more than 10 or 15 minutes tops. I cant walk more than few steps, cant sit longer than 20 minutes. I cant bend and cant lift anything. Am I going to be asked to do some type of physical test? Isn't my doctors information enough to prove what I can and cant do?
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