GERD has many causes, including medications, physical trauma, and stress. Many veterans may be entitled to VA disability benefits for GERD.
We explain what Crohn’s disease is, what factors can contribute to developing Crohn’s, and how you can earn VA disability for Crohn’s disease.
Peritoneal adhesion can happen as a result of surgery, injury, or other service-connected disabilities in your abdomen. See if you qualify for this hard-to-diagnose VA rating.
GERD and acid-reflux affects a lot of veterans with PTSD. That’s why the VA often awards a VA rating for GERD secondary to PTSD.
Not only do Sleep Apnea and GERD go together, they are both common in veterans as they age. See if your disability is service connected today.
Diverticulitis is a VA disability that is rated based on its effects like IBS or ulcerative colitis. We help many vets figure out the best strategy for their appeals.