Does Social Security Do Range of Motion Exams For A Disability Claim?

Most disability applicants do not have range of motion exams for their arthritis, gout, rheumatoid arthritis, traumatic injury (fractures or injury bones and joints) or any other condition that has a high likelihood causing limitation to an applicant's ability to function.

About the Author: Tim Moore is a former Social Security Disability Examiner in North Carolina, has been interviewed by the NY Times and the LA Times on the disability system, and is an Accredited Disability Representative (ADR) in North Carolina. For assistance on a disability application or Appeal in NC, click here.

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