If you’re a veteran with service-connected Parkinson’s, you’ll want to learn more about getting a VA rating for Parkinson’s disease.
The VA provides a radiculopathy VA rating for veterans based on the nerves affected and the condition’s severity.
Veterans are at higher risk of developing Alzheimer’s or dementia due to service-connected conditions like PTSD, traumatic brain injury, and depression.
VA ratings for chronic pain are based on symptoms or other conditions caused by your pain. Veterans who can’t work can also receive VA unemployability benefits if their ratings are at a certain level.
Veterans can receive a VA rating for restless legs syndrome on its own or as a secondary service connection to sleep apnea or PTSD.
Veterans who have had a stroke may be able to link it to other service-connected conditions including hypertension, PTSD, or TBI.