Pain and Disability: Clinical, Behavioral, and Public Policy Perspectives


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Pain claimants should be able to proceed to the stage of the evaluation process in which the ability to function in working and in performing basic activities is assessed. Such an evaluation is then directly relevant to questions about the possibility of rehabilitation for chronic pain claimants. To be eligible for state or federal vocational rehabilitation, however, claimants must be able to demonstrate a future likelihood of employ- ment.

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This is an inconsistency that must be resolved if claimant rehabilitation is to be achieved. If rehabilitation is to be an integral part of the federal disability program, the administration and funding of these activities must be better coordinated. Emphasis on Existing Incentives Currently, the Social Security disability programs include provisions designed to encourage people to try to work, such as a trial work period during which disability and medical benefits continue. These features seem to be used very infrequently, at least partly because physicians, lawyers, and beneficiaries are unaware of them.

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