My mom is almost 93, her back hurts so she does not walk very much or very far. The less she does it seems the less she is able to do.
Her arms and legs are just toothpicks. Short of an assessment, anyone have an idea on how long toothpick legs will continue to support her while she walks as far as she does, or does there come a point that they will just give out. She has a rollerator. Physical therapy will be a waste of time as she won't do exrecises and I refuse to make her do anything. She knows better, she knows the stakes. I am not going to raise my bp dealing with a stubborn old woman.
Which goes to the original question: will her legs eventually quit?