The Bends, Decompression Sickness, and Cassion Disease are all the same and have long-term effects that could earn a VA disability rating.
Numbness in your hands or feet is called neuropathy, and is often a symptom of diabetes. The VA gives ratings for a host of conditions surrounding diabetes.
Whether it’s a limp or a waddle or something much more severe, an altered way of walking (altered gait) can point to a number of other ratable VA disabilities.
Sciatica is nerve pressure at the lower back that can affect the legs and feet of any veteran that suffers from it.
Wrist pain from repetitive stress or injuries can bug you for the rest of your life. Here are details about the various VA ratings for wrist disabilities.
Much like migraine headaches, Occipital Neuralgia can knock you down for days when it hits. Learn more about getting VA disability for this condition.