Neuropsychiatric Conditions Occurring in COVID-19 Survivors

After surviving COVID-19, patients often face a prolonged recovery and complicating comorbidities. It has come to light that about 1 in 3 COVID-19 patients are diagnosed with a neuropsychiatric condition within six months of their coronavirus diagnosis, with 1 in 8 patients being newly diagnosed with neuropsychiatric conditions. The study revealed that anxiety, mood, and substance use disorders were frequent neuropsychiatric conditions that developed after suffering from COVID-19. If you are suffering from COVID-19 or neuropsychiatric conditions as a result of coronavirus, you need to consult with a Philadelphia COVID-19 disability insurance lawyer as you pursue your disability insurance benefits. 

COVID-19 and Disability Insurance Benefits

The COVID-19 pandemic has been ongoing for over a year now. We are continually learning more information about this disease, its long-term effects, related conditions, and additional resulting diagnoses. Additional studies and research continue to shed light on the impact of COVID-19. Armed with this knowledge, your Philadelphia COVID-19 disability insurance lawyer can fight for your disability insurance benefits.

When COVID-19 sufferers are diagnosed with additional disabling conditions necessitating more complex treatment plans and health management, the claims process for disability insurance benefits can become overwhelming. Your Philadelphia disability insurance lawyer is already familiar with working with multiple diagnoses and conditions. Even with COVID-19 being new to the disability insurance landscape, Seltzer & Associates has been fighting for physicians and medical professionals with COVID-19 among other conditions and will fight for those suffering from neuropsychiatric conditions related to COVID-19 as well.

Understanding Neuropsychiatric Conditions 

Neuropsychiatric conditions are mental health disorders often related to injury or illness impacting the brain. Some examples of neuropsychiatric conditions include: 

  • Addictions
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Behavioral Disorders
  • Substance Abuse

Any or all of these conditions may take a medical professional out of the workforce. Sufferers may even have multiple conditions and symptoms affecting their ability to see patients, perform surgeries, and perform basic job functions. In addition to experiencing these neuropsychiatric conditions due to physical changes due to COVID-19, sufferers may have these new diagnoses in conjunction with other conditions related to mental health or other illness or injury. 

Treating Neuropsychiatric Conditions and Coronavirus in Doctors

Treatment for neuropsychiatric conditions varies depending on the patient and the condition. Treating multiple conditions may require multiple approaches and the assistance of a comprehensive medical team to address all symptoms and concerns. The lingering effects, new diagnoses, and severity of COVID-19 are keeping doctors out of their medical practice far longer than anticipated, if they are ever able to return to work at all. In addition to working with a team of medical providers to treat all of the symptoms of neuropsychiatric conditions, working with a Philadelphia disability insurance lawyer can provide support and relief for those suffering from neuropsychiatric conditions related to a coronavirus diagnosis.

Contact a Philadelphia Disability Insurance Lawyer To Learn More About Your Options

If you are a doctor, surgeon or other medical professional experiencing neuropsychiatric conditions after suffering from COVID-19, you should contact a Philadelphia disability insurance lawyer to discuss your claim for long-term disability benefits. You can reach Seltzer & Associates by completing our online form or calling 888-699-4222.