Conditions

Browse these topics related specific conditions as evaluated for Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income Claims:

ALLERGIES: Social Security Disability for Allergies?

ALLERGIES: Social Security Disability for Allergies?

Can you qualify for disability because you have allergies?
Maybe. If your allergies cause severe breathing or skin problems and you need to work in a severely restrictive environment, you may be able to get disability benefits. Talk to your Social Security…
ARTHRITIS: SSA Listing of Impairments 14.09.

ARTHRITIS: SSA Listing of Impairments 14.09.

The Social Security Administration has a “Listing of Impairments” that outline the medical criteria you must prove if you want to qualify for disability under these impairments.

Rheumatoid Arthritis (and other inflammatory types of arthritis) are inc…

DEPRESSION: Depression or Anxiety

DEPRESSION: Depression or Anxiety

Depression and anxiety can be debilitating.
Whether depression or anxiety is one of your primary condition s or a by-product of other chronic pain and suffering, these conditions can and do severely impact the lives of so many people.
Does …

DIABETES: Diabetes Support Group - White County, AR

DIABETES: Diabetes Support Group – White County, AR

Do you feel alone in dealing with diabetes? White County Medical Center offers a Diabetes Support Group. The next meeting is December 05, 2016 at 5:00 pm. Please see the link below for contact information.

http://www.wcmc.org/diabetic-support-group-4…

DIABETES: Diabetic Neuropathy and Social Security Disability

DIABETES: Diabetic Neuropathy and Social Security Disability

How does diabetic neuropathy impact your Social Security Disability claim?
Diabetes and other endocrine disorders are not considered “disabling conditions” by the Social Security Administration; however, the effects that diabetes has on your body and…
DIABETES: Diabetic Retinopathy and Social Security Disability.

DIABETES: Diabetic Retinopathy and Social Security Disability.

How does Diabetic Retinopathy impact your Social Security Disability claim?

Diabetes and other endocrine disorders  are not considered “disabling conditions” by the Social Security Administration; however, the effects that diabetes has on your body …

FIBROMYALGIA: SSA's Evaluation of Fibro

FIBROMYALGIA: SSA’s Evaluation of Fibro

Disability Insurance

Effective Date: July 25, 2012
Publication Date: July 25, 2012
Federal Register Vol. 77, No. 143, page 43640
POLICY INTERPRETATION RULING

SSR 12-2p: Titles II and XVI: Evaluation of Fibromyalgia

Purpose:…

MIGRAINES: Disability for Chronic Migraines

MIGRAINES: Disability for Chronic Migraines

Are migraines causing you to miss work?
If you experience regular, severe migraine headaches, it can be difficult to function on a daily basis.

Some migraine sufferers find themselves quarantined to a dark and quiet room for hours (or days) until…

MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS: MS and Social Security Disability

MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS: MS and Social Security Disability

Multiple Sclerosis:
Many Social Security Disability claimants struggle with Multiple Sclerosis (MS).
SSD Criteria
What is the Social Security Administration (SSA) looking for when deciding whether your MS qualifies you for benefits?  SSA …

MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS: MS Cognitive Impairment and Social Security Disability

MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS: MS Cognitive Impairment and Social Security Disability

Multiple Sclerosis is well known for the physical debilitation that it causes its victims.  However, many patients experience even more than physical debilitation. They also suffer from cognitive impairment.
Cognitive impairment occurs in up to 65 …
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS: SSA’s Listing of Impairments: 11:09 MS

MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS: SSA’s Listing of Impairments: 11:09 MS

How does the Social Security Administration (SSA) evaluate Multiple Sclerosis (MS) under a claim for disability?

To be found disabled under SSA’s MS listing (11:09), you must meet the following requirements:
SSA’s Listing of Impairments for MS: 11:…


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Originally published: December 06, 2016

 Last updated: February 21, 2017 at 12:15 pm