A Vet Might Get VA Disability Benefits for Knee Pain from a Variety of Different Conditions

A Vet Might Get VA Disability Benefits for Knee Pain from a Variety of Different Conditions

Read the Guide to Knee Injuries and Knee Pain Ratings here:

Are knee pain and injuries from your active military service making daily living difficult? You may be eligible to receive a monthly veterans disability check if your team at Woods and Woods can prove that it is a service-connected disability. A monthly check from the VA can help fill in the gaps caused by your knee pain. Having professionals review your case can also lead to the discovery of other disabilities that you didn’t know counted for a VA rating. Knee joint pain can be a symptom of bigger things that the VA should compensate you for.

Watch as veteran’s disability benefits attorney Zach Evans explains disability ratings for knee injuries, knee pain and how knee conditions are rated based on range of motion testing, and functional loss.

Range of motion testing uses measurements of flexion and extension. Flexion is a measurement that’s taken when you bend your knee and extension is how flat you can straighten your leg.

Ankylosis of the knee, Subluxation, Effusion and Genu Recurvatum are just some of the conditions covered as well as C & P exams for functional loss.

This video originally appeared on the Woods and Woods VA Disability Lawyer blog at

Call Veteran’s Disability Benefits Attorney Zach Evans at 800-544-2108.

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