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Philadelphia Social Security Disability Lawyer for IBS

Many Americans suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).  It is not an uncommon condition and can usually be controlled with medical treatment.  However, for some, the symptoms can be so severe, that it prevents them from performing any type of work.  Contact an experienced social security disability lawyer at  The Bernstein law Offices if you need help obtaining social security disability and have been diagnosed with IBS. 

Typical symptoms affiliated with IBS are bloating, cramping, abdominal pain, constipation, and diarrhea, that have persisted for six months or more.  The diagnosis is made by your medical provider and is confirmed by your symptoms.  

Although IBS can be successfully treated, for some it limits their ability to sustain any type of gainul employment due to the severity of the symptoms.  If you are diagnosed with IBS that is preventing you from working, it is important that you have well documented medical records from your treating physician outlining your symptoms and their frequency.  

We have represented claimants in the past who have been diagnosed with IBS that prevented them from working. If you are interested in finding out how you may qualify for social security disability, please contact us for a free telephone consultation.    

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