As a general rule, physicians' opinions dont have diddle to do with a determination of social secuirty disability..
Not that their medical opinion is not important, it is, in… fact, critical, but the Commissioner makes the decision, not a mere physican who has an economic bone to pick...and to get paid, or to satify his notion of being a good person for someone who needs something..
Then, you might be talking about a private company's notions, the comment was entirely about the Social Secuirity Administration and disability insurance..
Again, doctors just work here when it comes to the social security administration's disability program, funded by the United States of Amercia's taxpayer..
Social Security determinations are based on the law and regulations, not some doctor's notion of how much you need something. His notions might be helpful in a local foodstamp outlet..
Go to WWW. SSA.GOV;read; it's all there, or accessable. (MORE)