VA disability for bursitis can be hard to come by unless it’s chronic bursitis directly related to a military injury. Let’s check out your case.
Are you confused by the differences between cervicogenic and migraine headaches? The VA assigns disability ratings for both.
Rotator cuffs, shoulder blades, and upper arms can withstand a lot of injury that can cause trouble down the road. See how the VA rates shoulder conditions.
Veterans’ Injuries to elbows or forearms can slowly worsen over time, so apply for service-connected disability as early as you show symptoms.
If you’ve carried a heavy load or fallen, you may have a back injury like a bulging or herniated disc. There are VA ratings for many back injuries.
If you’ve been diagnosed with osteomyelitis or show similar symptoms and you broke a bone while in the service, you might qualify for VA disability. Ask us!