One possible symptom for MS is tremors of the extremities.

This can be very important in your Social Security Disability case.

The reason is that the Judge looks at your limitations and the effect on jobs you can perform.

For example, weakness in the legs or limited energy would most likely place you in a sit down job. If you have tremors in the arms and hands to the extent that they bother your reaching, handling and fingering consistently, then you will be severely limited.

There are very few sit down jobs that do not involve frequent to constant use of the hands and arms. This should greatly reduce the jobs available to you, and result in a finding of disability.

Questions about your condition and how it affects your work ability? Feel free to call Dirk at 309-827-4371.