Has osteoarthritis left you immobile and unable to work?
You may qualify for Disability for Arthritis.
Osteoarthritis is commonly referred to as “wear and tear” arthritis. This musculoskeletal disease occurs when the cartilage or cushion between joints breaks down, causing bones to rub together. The affected joints are usually “load-bearing” joints in the spine, hips, knees, ankles, hands and fingers.
Arthritis can be extremely painful and, in some cases, it can force people to stop working. If you are suffering from osteoarthritis and have been (or are expected to be) out of work for at least a year, you could be eligible for a monthly cash payment from the Social Security Administration.
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Qualifying for Disability for Arthritis: Medical evidence is key.
The Social Security Administration recognizes that severe arthritis can be disabling – but it is also extremely common. Certain criteria must be met to qualify for Disability for Arthritis. You could be approved if your osteoarthritis can be blamed for one of the following: