The VA does not rate all dental problems, but there are many they do. Many are service-connected as secondary conditions.
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.
Some veterans suffer from incapacitating episodes. The more frequent the episodes are, the higher the VA rating you qualify for.
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.