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VA Disability for Torn Rotator Cuff
The VA considers range of motion and which arm is affected when issuing a VA rating for a rotator cuff tear. The injury can lead to other problems with additional VA ratings.
VA Disability Ratings for Knee Injuries and Knee Pain
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.
How Does the VA Rate Back Pain?
Back pain caused by military service can limit a veteran’s ability to carry out even the most common life tasks. VA disability benefits for service-connected back pain depend on the severity of movement loss.
VA Disability Benefits for Losing a Leg
…and feet, but their injuries don’t require amputation. The loss of use of both feet is eligible for SMC and P&T in addition to disability compensation. The loss of use…
Is Obesity a VA Disability?
Although the VA does not offer direct disability benefits for obesity, veterans can receive benefits for obesity-related conditions.