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HERNAITED DISC AND YOUR DISABILITY CLAIM

Philadelphia Social Security Disability Attorney for Back Problems

Having a herniated disc is fairly common medical condition.  If you have a herniated disc, you may be eligible for social security disability benefits.  Please contact The Bernstein Law Offices, where our experienced Philadelphia social security lawyer can help you with your social security disability (SSD) claim

The bones that make up your spine are called vertebrae.  The vertebra go up and down your spine and are seperated by a disc that contains a soft liquid matter to cushion each vertebrae.  As we age, or through some type of trauma, the disc can rupture, and this is known as a herniation. 

The symptoms associated with a herniated disc can vary from mild to extremely painful.  A lot has to do with the location of the actual herniation and whether or not it involves any nerve root impingment.  Common symptoms associated with a herniated disc can be chronic upper or lower back pain, spasms, muscle pain, numbness, tingling, or pain that radiates in other parts of your body such as hands, arms, shoulders, or legs.

There are several diagnostic tests that can be performed to confirm the presence of a hernation such as MRI, x-ray, or nerve conduction studies.  The clinical observations of your treating physician also play an important role in the diagnosis of a herniated disc.

Please call our experienced social security disability attorney to find out how our office can assit you with your SSD or SSI claim. 

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