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Degenerative Disc Disease and SSD Claims

Social Security Attorney in Philadelphia

Do you have degenerative disc disease?  This condition is not really a disease, but is change in the spinal discs as one ages caused by age or injury.  There are many applicants for social security disability who suffer from degenerative disc disease.  With degenerative disc disease, the discs in between the bones of the spine begin to change and break down.  They no longer function well to absorb the stresses on the spine.  As a result, many of our clients experience great pain, typically in the lower back (lumbar region) or the neck (cervical region).  Symptoms include severe pain in the back, neck, buttocks, arms or legs depending on the location of the injured disc. 

Not only do clients with degenerative disc disease have impaired ability to perform the activities of day-to-day living, but the pain medications used to treat this disease may also have debilitating side effects.

At The Bernstein Law Offices, we have handled a plethora of cases involving degenerative disc disease.  Whether you have endured failed surgery or are taking a pain medicine to manage your condition, we can help you in your claim for social security disability benefits.

Please contact us for a free telephone consultation. 

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