== == With many chronic or progressive conditions, determining the point in which the disease started is not easy. For repetitive injuries, usually, it's about 1 year prior to the day the diagnosis was made or patient's first visit. With conditions like idiopathic scoliosis, it does not necessitate treatment unless it's found to be at certain stage. So just because you've had scoliosis doesn't make it pre-existing. Point at which requires treatment should be considered the date of onset.
Yes. ---- Maybe not? "Preexisting condition provision" means a policy provision that excludes coverage for charges or expenses incurred during a specified period following the insureds effective date of coverage, as to a condition for which medical advice, diagnosis, care, or treatment was recommended or received during a specified period immediately preceding the effective date of coverage. CA Ins. Code � 10700 q) Appears to be exact same definition as in CA Ins. Code � 10198.6 c Federal Definition Title 42 300 gg a Did you have prior coverage? Did you disclose this on the application? ---- Does the scoliosis have anything to do with the Arthritis? Check www.Webmd.com
Psoriatic arthritis is usually diagnosed in a clinic. A doctor will look for inflammation of the skin which suggests psoriatic arthritis. The treatments are anitinflmmatory cream and exercise.
Yes, a pulmonary embolism can be considered a pre-existing condition. This would only be the case if you had been previously diagnosed with the condition.
Osteoarthritis is the type that is considered "regular" arthritis and is the most common. Other types include rheumatoid arthritis, which is an autoimmune disease, and gout, which is caused by a buildup of uric acid in the blood. You should see a doctor to have the type of arthritis diagnosed.
A condition is considered pre-existing only if confirmed and diagnosed by a Medical provider. You may think you have high blood pressure for example, and you may have, but until diagnosed by a doctor it's not considered a fact.
I was diagnosed at 3 years old.
I don't think Arthritis can be diagnosed by blood test. It is a physical phenomena
Yes, Autism could be considered to be a pre-existing condition. The term pre-existing condition usually refers to a condition you've previously been diagnosed with or obtained treatment for before applying for health insurance. Autism is a life-long condition so many people will be diagnosed and receive treatment for their autism symptoms during their childhood.
yes Even if not diagnosed until adulthood it will have been there since birth as it's a lifelong condition.
Tom Brokaw has never mentioned that he has arthritis. He was diagnosed with blood cancer in February 2014. He is currently in treatment.
You will need to talk to your doctor in depth about the type of arthritis you have and treatments available. You may also want to do physical therapy to strengthen the muscles around the arthritis.