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Video Description

The most common service-connected disability conditions on a direct basis are going to be musculoskeletal. Musculoskeletal conditions are caused by the vigor and the hardships of active-duty military service on the body. Many veterans develop chronic symptoms of a joint condition while on active-duty military service: the most common being knees, hips, low back, and shoulders. Musculoskeletal and mental health conditions can cause weight gain, which can lead to the most common secondary claim, sleep apnea. As for presumptive conditions, the most common ones would be pes planus or flat foot.

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