How To WIN Veterans Benefits FOR BAD FEET.
Pes Planus is a condition of the foot in which the arches on the inside of your foot are flattened, allowing the entire sole of your foot to touch the ground when you stand up.
If you are a veteran with flatfoot or flat feet, you may be wondering if you are able to obtain VA disability compensation for your flat feet. The answer is yes. Today we will discuss what flat feet is and how the VA rates flat feet.
In 2021, Plantar Fasciitis VA ratings range from 0% to 50% with breaks at 10%, 20%, and 30%.
A veterans final VA disability rating for Plantar Fasciitis depends upon the frequency, severity, and duration of symptoms, meaning, the more severe your symptoms, the higher the VA rating for Plantar Fasciitis.
There is also a bilateral factor—meaning veterans can get a higher VA rating for Plantar Fasciitis if they have the disability in both feet.
The highest possible scheduler VA disability rating for Plantar Fasciitis is 50%, which includes symptoms such as, extreme tenderness of the plantar surfaces of both feet not improved by orthopedic shoes or appliances.
Okay veterans – let’s take a minute to explore the law regarding the symptoms and impairment required to warrant a VA disability rating for Plantar Fasciitis.
Many veterans suffer from various foot conditions due to their military service, to include severe heel pain, aka, Plantar Fasciitis.