Tips to Reduce Your Risk for Developing Arthritis
Arthritis can be a disabling condition that prevents you from working. If your doctor has told you are unable to work, long term disability benefits may be available to offset lost wages.
Did you know there are five tips to reduce your risk of arthritis: 1. Exercise; 2. Don’t push your body past its limits; 3. Watch your weight; 4. Stand up straight; 5. Take a Vitamin D. While family history plays a role in your risk of developing arthritis, the chances of developing many types of arthritis, including osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis increases the older you get. While you can’t control this factors you can take steps outlined to protect your joints and reduce your risk of arthritis.
Long term disability benefits maybe available to you if you purchase a disability plan from a private insurer or have coverage through your employer. Unfortunately, long term disability carriers don’t make it easy for those who are disabled as a result of arthritis to get the benefits they deserve.
If you have question regarding your eligibility for long term benefits as a result of osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis or how to appeal a claim that’s been denied, you should immediately speak with long term disability attorney Nancy Cavey, who can help you cut through the red tape and help you fight for your benefits no matter where you live in the United States contact her today at 727.894.3188.