“Here, there is no evidence that [Plaintiff] is physically limited by his prosthetic leg. His only need is to be able to readjust his prosthetic leg every so often so that it does not break his skin or fall off. Therefore, if Plaintiff were given the breaks he requested, the issues involved with his prosthesis may be resolved, whereas, Moore [disabled plaintiff found unqualified in distinguishable case] physical limitations would not be absolved by breaks during his shift.” Morton v. Cooper Tire & Rubber Co., No. 1:12CV028-SA-DAS, 2013 WL 3088815, at *4 (N.D. Miss. Jun. 18, 2013).