Social Security Benefits and Spinal Stenosis

Spinal Stenosis involves the narrowing of lumbar or cervical spine which causes a painful compression of the nerve roots.

Symptoms include back pain that spreads to the legs, difficulty, imbalance or weakness when walking, leg and neck pain and numbness and pain in the buttocks, thighs or calves that worsens with standing, walking.

Spinal stenosis affects middle age to elderly people and can be caused by osteoarthritis, Paget’s disease or my an injury that causes pressure on the nerve roots or the spinal cord.

You may entitled to Social Security Disability benefits as a result of Spinal Stenosis for more information about your rights to Social Security Disability benefits or for your free no obligation guide to “Your Rights to Social Security Disability Benefits,” call 727-894-3188 or visit our website at

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