Learn How You May Be Entitled to Social Security Disability Benefits for Reflux Sympathetic Dystrophy
Did you know that reflux sympathetic dystrophy, know as RSD, is a painful, chronic, muscular skeletal condition. While the Social Security Administration does not have a “listing” in the impairment listing manual you can, none the less, win Social Security Disability benefits if you have reflux sympathetic dystrophy. How do you do that? You need to focus on your functional limitations. So, for example, if you have problems with fatigue, brain fog, loss of muscle strength, you may be entitled to Social Security Disability benefits. However, your medical records need to be full of examples of your problems of functioning on a daily basis.
At Cavey and Barrett, we represent many clients who have been diagnosed with reflux sympathetic dystrophy and we ask that they keep an accurate diary of their symptoms on a daily basis so that they can present it to their physician at each visit. We want to make sure that your doctor’s records describe your functional limitations as a result of your reflux sympathetic dystrophy. Don’t let non-descriptive medical records sink your claim for Social Security Disability benefits as a result of reflux sympathetic dystrophy.