Brown v. Astrue
MEMORANDUM OPINION...this cause will be reversed and remanded tothe ALJ in order for the ALJ to consider the effect of plaintiff's peripheral neuropathy on plaintiff's residual functional capacity; consider the medical evidence of record re garding plaintiff's mental impairment; reassess plaintiff's residual functional capacity based on the medicalevidence and, if necessary, obtain additional medical evidence addressing plaintiff's ability to function in the workplace; an d obtain vocational expert testimony to determine whether plaintiff is capable of performing work existing in significant numbers in the national economy with her residual functional capacity. Signed by Magistrate Judge Lewis M. Blanton on 9/9/13. (MRS) (Main Document 21 replaced on 9/9/2013) (MRS).
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