Neck Abnormalities and Social Security Disability Benefits

Back pain affects about 80% of adults, and about 50% of people experience neck pain. Back and neck pain are among the most common reasons for Social Security disability claims. Although disability claims based on spine disorders are extremely common, the Social Security Administration still tends to overlook some ailments, such as rotational movement ability, in both the back and neck. Such oversight could have a serious affect on your claims process. Therefore, if you are suffering from a severe neck or back problem, you should seek the assistance of a well qualified GENEX Services Social Security disability representative to ensure your chances of a successful claims process are not compromised.

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Spine disorders are all painful, with some so debilitating as to interfere with daily routine activities. However, there are some differences with spine abnormalities involving the neck (cervical spine) and those involving the lower back (lumbar spine). Generally, individuals with neck problems are not as limited as those involving the lower back. An individual’s capability to do activities involving overhead work is often limited and will be an important consideration in your claims process.

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If you are suffering from severe symptoms of either back and/or neck pain, you may qualify for Social Security disability benefits. However, because the SSA is liable to overlook some symptoms of spinal disorders that may be critical in the determination of your disability claim, it is highly advised for you to enlist the assistance of an experienced and seasoned Social Security disability representative to help you with your claims. Contact GENEX Services today to schedule a free initial consultation.

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