How To Apply For Social Security Disability For Bone Spurs
Bone spurs most commonly happen with the hands, spine, knees, shoulders, and feet. It might be surprising but there are quite a few people who have bone spurs but don’t know it until they go in for something else and an x-ray shows they have the condition. Once the bone spurs start rubbing ligaments, bones, nerves, or tendons it can cause a great deal of pain and ultimately make it difficult to do certain movements. Here we’ll cover facts to see if you can get Social Security disability for bone spurs.