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Social Security Disability Attorney for Boise, IDWhile there are many impairments and symptoms which may qualify you for disability, spinal problems are among the most common. Back problems can be especially debilitating. If you have back pain, you know it can be difficult to stand, sit, and walk, much less work. So, if you have back pain, you may have an especially high chance of qualifying for disability. To obtain a free consultation with a Boise Social Security Disability Attorney, complete the form to your right, or simply call the listed number.  Here are some spinal impairments that the SSA recognizes:

  • Herniated nucleus pulposus, or a tear in a spinal disk
  • Spinal arachnoiditis, or inflammation of the membrane surrounding the spine
  • Spinal stenosis, or Lumbar spinal stenosis, or a narrowing in the spinal canal that pinches your spine, which could be a result of Paget’s disease
  • Osteoarthritis, or a breakdown of cartilage and joints resulting in pain and inflammation
  • Degenerative disc disease, or inflammation or break down of the spinal disc resulting in chronic pain
  • Facet arthritis, or cartilage breakdown in the back
  • Vertebral fracture, or collapse of the vertebrae
  • Dysrhaphis, also called spina bifida, or diastematomyelia or a split spinal cord, or tethered cord syndrome that limits the movement of the spine
  • Compression in the spine resulting in back pain, limitation of motion of the spine, with muscle atrophy and weakness, and loss of senses of reflexes
  • Inflammation of the membrane surrounding the spine, which makes you unable to stay in one sitting or standing position for more than 2 hours

If you have any of the above impairments, you may have an especially strong case for disability. Fill out the free evaluation and an experienced Boise Social Security Disability Attorney will contact you , or call us and we can help you begin the filing process or answer your questions about the Social Security Disability application process.