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  1. ... swimming, aiming to walk a certain number of steps each day, or stair climbing. Take into account the person's current physical ...
  2. ... the chronically ill population, scores. We would ask questions like, "Are you limited a little, not, a lot, or not at all in doing your everyday physical activities like walking and climbing stairs and moving furniture around in the house?" Berkowitz: ...
  3. ... cause pain with movement and exercises. Pain in or around the hip may also ... the hip may reflect a problem in your back, rather than in the hip itself.
  4. ... fall frequently, tire easily, and have difficulty running, climbing stairs, or jumping. In some cases, the muscles used for ... a condition called foot drop, which makes walking, climbing stairs, or driving difficult or impossible.</html:p><html:p > ...
  5. ... in the leg muscles. This happens when walking or climbing stairs.</li> <li>Weak or absent pulses in the ... your doctor's instructions on how much activity, like climbing stairs or walking, you can do for the next few ...
  6. ... in your hips or leg muscles when walking or climbing stairs Cold feeling in your lower leg or foot Change in color and/or shiny skin ...
  7. ... so severe that you may have trouble walking , climbing stairs, or doing other normal activities. Different systems in your ...
  8. NLM Digital Collections - Preparation for motherhood 
    Publication: Philadelphia : Altemus, [c1896]
    ... man never complains of any inconven- ience in climbing stairs; in fact he more often than not, runs up two steps at a time. While men are stronger than ...
  9. NLM Digital Collections - The practical physician and home apothecary 
    Publication: Chicago, Ill. : Smucker & Co., 1891
    ... falls on slippery floor or pavement, too much stair climbing or taking a false step; riding in vehicles without springs or on a ...
  10. ... family. Either the nurse will wear herself out climbing stairs, or the patient ^ill suffer neglect. To step from one room to the next to give ...
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