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What is needed to prove Ankylosing Spondylitis for Social Security Disability

Ankylosing Spondylitis (AS) is considered to be a form of inflammatory arthritis. It is a lifelong condition that at the time of this writing, there i
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CADASIL

CADASIL is a genetic condition that can make a person predisposed to strokes and other neurological conditions. CADASIL stands for “Cerebral Autosomal
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Can I Receive Disability Benefits for POTS?

I want to discuss a condition that I am asked about quite a bit: Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS).Although POTS is not very common to
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Hidradenitis Suppurativa

Do you suffer from Hidradenitis suppurativa? This disease is categorized by cysts and abscesses that are acne-like and can be very painful when they b
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Terminal Illness and Social Security Disability

So you have been diagnosis with a terminal illness and want to know how to fast track your Social Security Disability claim! The Social Security Admin
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SSR 15-1p: Interstitial Cystitis

Last year, the Social Security Administration implemented SSR 15-1p replacing an older ruling from 2002 regarding Interstitial Cystitis.  This new rul
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Knee pain – is it serious and should you file for Social Security Disability?

Every individual has experienced pain at different times.  One of the most common types of pain, is knee pain.  Knee pain may range from mild to sever
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Creating a Seizure Log for Social Security Disability Cases

Individuals that suffer from seizures may have a more difficult time than most when it comes to explaining symptoms, as loss of time and memory is a f
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Alpers Disease

This disease affects children and young adults. Most people start showing signs in the first couple years of life. The rest of the symptoms develop wi
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