My Back Condition Prevents Me From Working: Can I Get SSD Benefits?
Posted in the Back Pain Forum
Since: Aug 12
#1 Aug 29, 2012
Studies have shown that 8 out of 10 Americans will experience back pain at some point in their lives. For most people, such pain can be treated with a massage, a trip to the chiropractor, physical therapy, or anti-inflammatory medicine. For some, however, back pain could be a sign of serious conditions, which can eventually lead to significant disability. In fact, some people are so disabled by back problems that they are no longer able to work. These people often face financial hardships and apply for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits only to be rejected because their conditions do not meet the specific medical criteria necessary to receive SSD benefits. In this post, I will review some of the specific back conditions eligible for SSD benefits.
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