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Hi, my name is SteveB57!

I had specialised operation's on my feet as a child at Carshalton Beeches children's hospital (Queen Mary's) where I had multiple operation's that took over two years and then physiotherapy up to the age of nine years old. (This is all clearly recorded on my medical records)

The operations rotated my feet through 45 degrees by making repetitive cuts in my bones and then allowing regrowth that was swift at such a young age and this has lasted for 50 years and now both of my feet are again failing, giving me extreme pain when walking as the operations were on the pivotal point of my body.

I am coming up to 60 in which I can retire and I have found the present system of assessing a persons ability to work, bordering on criminal.

I had a ATOS assessment that put my condition down as a bad back, after repeatedly telling them about my feet and talking about my numerous operations as a child.

So here I am today in an extremely corrupt system where one size fits all.

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