“In Plaintiff’s Third Amended and Restated Complaint, Plaintiff adds the allegation that she ‘required the cane to perform the tasks within the course and scope of employment at Defendant’s facility.’ Thus, unlike the complaint in Mora, Plaintiff is specifically alleging that she suffered from an impairment to a major life activity by requiring a cane to perform the tasks required by her employer. The ADA specifically defines ‘major life activities’ by giving an illustrative, non-exhaustive list of activities deemed ‘major life activities’ including ‘manual tasks…standing…[and] walking.’” 2016 WL 3407764, at *2 (citations omitted).

Mitchell v. Universal Health Servs., Inc., No. 15-5963, 2016 WL 3407764 (E.D. La. June 21, 2016).