Social Security Disability and Physical Therapy


It’s one of the eternal ironies of life that we do not appreciate the gift of good health until we’ve lost it, and by then, it’s too late to do anything about it. A permanent physical ability is not something we plan for, but when it happens, it changes your life forever. You’re not able to work for a living or even take care of yourself, and this is why you’re forced to apply for Social Security disability benefits (SSDI). You may have heard horror stories about how difficult it is for people who really deserve it to qualify for benefits, but if your disability is genuine and if you go about the process in a planned and organized manner, it’s not impossible.

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