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Getting Social Security Benefits for Your Spinal Arachnoiditis
Spinal arachnoiditis is a condition when one of the layers of tissue called the arachnoid level, which surrounds the spinal cord, becomes thicker than normal and presses against nerves or the spinal column. Arachnoiditis can result in period burning pain and numbness. It can also cause bladder or bowel incontinence.
Spinal arachnoiditis can be proven for SSA purposes by a pathology report or operative note diagnosing the condition. A related symptom is severe burning or pain, which requires the claimant to change his position more than once every two hours.
Arachnoiditis is sometimes used as a diagnosis when such a diagnosis is unsupported by clinical or laboratory findings. Therefore, care must be taken to ensure that the diagnosis is documented as described in 1.04B. Individuals with arachnoiditis, particularly when it involves the lumbosacral spine, are generally unable to sustain any given position or posture for more than a short period of time.
Social Security evaluates each person's claim for benefits using the following five steps:
At Disability Group, we understand how hard life can become with a back injury. Our experienced staff will guide you through the process of getting your disability benefits. We understand what medical evidence is required to prove your case and we will work diligently at obtaining, analyzing and preparing your case for a favorable decision.
A professional will help you at all levels of the administrative process to:
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