Spinal cord disease disability is different from a back injury or back surgery disability. It can involve many different spinal cord issues and disease from scoliosis, faucet arthritis, and rheumatoid arthritis. Many times our clients do not or have not had surgery, but their spinal cord disease disability certainly prevents them from returning to work at any job.
In some instances a spinal cord disease disability will require surgery such as placing a Harrington rod on the spine in scoliosis claims. Fusion of vertebra is also a surgery we see quite a lot with degenerative disc disease. The result of many fusion or rod placing surgeries leaves the claimant with limited mobility and unable to return to their job. A spinal cord disease can be very complex, I consult with health care professionals when I need answers for your claim. I take seriously the chance to represent you in your spinal cord disease disability claim.
Arthritis of the spine is another spinal cord disease we see in disability claims. It is a painful condition and many times there is no surgery to fix it, it can only be controlled with pain medication. The actual pain medication while very helpful can prevent many people from returning to their work, or any work at all. Particularly faucet arthritis of the spine can be devastating to many clients, the arthritis invades the vertebra of the spine and it is very painful. We would be pleased to assist you in your disability claim for your spinal disease, I fight for your claim.
Please give me a call at anytime for help with your spinal cord disease disability claim, you can phone me Nationwide Toll Free at 1 (877) 271-2633. I would be pleased to speak with you. You can also find more information on general disability representation at our sister site socialsecuritydenied.com.