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Selected  Medical Impairments
Musculoskeletal Disorders  

These disorders are among the most frequently encountered in any disability law practice. They include injuries to and degenerative disorders of the joints, spine and bones, as well as disorders involving the muscles, tendons and cartilage.

There are a variety of disorders within this category. They include herniated discs, spinal stenosis, degenerative arthritis, anatomical deformities, fractured bones, amputations and soft tissue injuries, among others. Each type of disorder is unique, but they can all provide the basis for a successful disability claim.

Pain is the common denominator in most musculoskeletal cases. These disorders can and do cause pain that is aggravated by activities like sitting, standing, walking, climbing, bending, lifting, carrying, reaching and grasping. An inability to perform one or more of these activities on a sustained or repetitive basis significantly restricts the kinds of job an individual can perform and often leads to an award of disability benefits.

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