The claimant sought entitlement to CAT assessments totalling more than $26,000, as well as four treatment plans for passive physical therapy, and a psychological assessment. Vice Chair Farlam rejected the claims. While accepting that assessments are speculative in nature, the claimant failed to prove that there was any reasonable basis to investigate whether the he was catastrophically impaired. There was insufficient objective evidence to suggest a WPI of 55 percent or a marked impairment in three or more areas of function. Vice Chair Farlam noted that by the time the claimant had proposed the CAT assessments he was working, doing child care, exercising at the gym, doing home renovations, and was not using prescription medications. For similar reasons, the claimed physical therapy and psychological assessment were denied.