Table of contents for When walking fails : mobility problems of adults with chronic conditions / Lisa I. Iezzoni.


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    List of Illustrations and Tables
    Foreword
    Acknowledgments
    Preface

1. MOBILITY LIMITS

2. WHO HAS MOBILITY DIFFICULTIES

3. SENSATIONS OF WALKING

4. SOCIETY'S VIEWS OF WALKING

5. HOW PEOPLE FEEL ABOUT THEIR DIFFICULTY WALKING

6. AT HOME-WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS

7. OUTSIDE HOME-AT WORK AND IN COMMUNITIES

8. PEOPLE TALKING TO THEIR PHYSICIANS

9. PHYSICIANS TALKING TO THEIR PATIENTS

10. PHYSICAL AND OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY AND OTHER APPROACHES

11. AMBULATION AIDS

12. WHEELED MOBILITY

13. WHO WILL PAY?



14. WHAT WILL BE PAID FOR?

15. FINAL THOUGHTS

     Appendix 1. Familiar Interviewees
     Appendix 2. Selected Resources
     Notes
     References
     Index





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Movement disorders, Chronic diseases Complications, Movement Disorders United States, Chronic Disease United States, Gait United States, Movement Disorders psychology United States, Public Policy United States