Your primary care provider or personal physician is often a good source of obtaining the type of medical information needed to prove a disability case. Because the primary care provider is familiar with all treatment you received, he or she can furnish a comprehensive assessment of your conditions and the practical impact they have on your ability to perform the type of activity needed to work. It is often a good practice to discuss with your primary care physician that you are applying for Social Security disability benefits so that he or she is not surprised when receiving a request for assistance from your attorney.
The Importance of Primary Physician Records in Social Security Disability Claims
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