A knee injury can affect a veteran’s life and cause other health issues. In this article you will find ratings for common knee conditions and how you can receive VA benefits for your knee pain.
Doctors use a DBQ form to record a veteran’s condition so the VA can then evaluate and make a decision on the veteran’s disability claim. In this article you can find links to many DBQ forms and instructions about using them.
The VA assigns a permanent rating when a veteran has a service-connected condition that isn’t expected to improve. However, award letters do not always make it clear if your rating is permanent. If your award letter states “no future examinations scheduled,” that’s a good indication your rating is permanent. Since permanent ratings are generally not […]
C&P Exams can be difficult, and a veteran’s PTSD or mental health assessment is no expection. Here are some details about C&P exams for PTSD and mental health claims.
There’s a lot of conflicting reports on the internet about CPAP for veterans suffering from sleep apnea, this guide will help dispel the myths.
Ready for your VA Disability sleep study? Insomnia has no rating but sleep apnea and others do. Read this before you go in for a sleep study.