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.
Compartment syndrome in veterans is most often caused by another injury that wasn’t treated fast enough. See if you can service-connect your compartment syndrome.
Bunions and other toe joint pain is often caused by boots that don’t fit or one-time foot injuries. See if your foot conditions can be added to your VA disability claim.
Acromioclavicular joint separation, or a dislocated shoulder, can get a VA rating if we can prove it is service-connected and it still causes you trouble at work.
Trigeminal Neuralgia may qualify for secondary connected VA disability benefits. This face pain often travels with other service-connected conditions.
Leg pain can be caused by a lot of things. If you are a veteran with Chronic Venous Insufficiency (CVI), it could be service-connected or a secondary condition.