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Section O -- Podiatry


These next questions are about foot problems.

1a. During the past 12 months, (that is, since (12 month date) a year ago) did anyone in the family have trouble with --
If "yes," ask 1b and c.


A. Ingrown toenails or other toenail problems?
1[] Yes
2[] No


B. Foot infection, including athlete's foot, other fungal infections, and warts?
1[] Yes
2[] No


C. Corns or calluses?
1[] Yes
2[] No


D. Flat feet or fallen arches?
1[] Yes
2[] No


E. Clubfoot?
1[] Yes
2[] No


During the past 12 months, did anyone in the family have trouble with --


F. Deformities of the toe or joint including hammer toe, claw toe, and missing toes?
1[] Yes
2[] No


G. Bunions?
1[] Yes
2[] No


H. An injury, such as a sprain, strain, fracture, or dislocation of the foot?
1[] Yes
2[] No


I. Arthritis of the toes?
1[] Yes
2[] No


J. Any (other) foot problem? (Specify)
Probe: What is the foot problem called? ____
1[] Yes
2[] No


b. Who is this?
Mark box in appropriate person's column.

A. 1[] Toenail problem
B. 1[] Foot infection
C. 1[] Corns/calluses
D. 1[] Flat feet/fallen arches
E. 1[] Clubfoot
F. 1[] Toe/joint deformity
G. 1[] Bunions
H. 1[] Injury
I. 1[] Arthritis
J. ____

c. During the past 12 months, did anyone else have trouble with --

A. Ingrown toenails or other toenail problems?
1[] Yes
2[] No
B. Foot infection, including athlete's foot, other fungal infections, and warts?
1[] Yes
2[] No
C. Corns or calluses?
1[] Yes
2[] No
D. Flat feet or fallen arches?
1[] Yes
2[] No
E. Clubfoot?
1[] Yes
2[] No

During the past 12 months, did anyone in the family have trouble with --

F. Deformities of the toe or joint including hammer toe, claw toe, and missing toes?
1[] Yes
2[] No
G. Bunions?
1[] Yes
2[] No
H. An injury, such as a sprain, strain, fracture, or dislocation of the foot?
1[] Yes
2[] No
I. Arthritis of the toes?
1[] Yes
2[] No
J. Any (other) foot problem? (Specify)
Probe: What is the foot problem called? ____
1[] Yes
2[] No

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Section O -- Podiatry -- Continued


Item O1
Refer to 1A-J.

1[] One or more entries in 1A-J (2)
8[] Other (NP)


Complete questions 2 and 3 separately for up to 4 foot problems for each person.

[option to enter up to 4 foot problem in the original document not presented here. The questions and answers are the same for all 4 foot problems]

First Foot Problem in Question 1:

Letter in 1 ____
Problem ____


2. Does -- still have (problem) or has it gone away or been cured?

1[] Still has problem
2[] Gone away/cured


3. How long (has/did) -- (had/have) (problem)?

Number ____
1[] Days [next problem or item 01]
2[] Weeks [next problem or item 01]
3[] Months [next problem or item 01]
4[] Years [next problem or item 01]
555[] Lifetime/all life [next problem or item 01]
999[] DK [next problem or item 01]

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Section O -- Podiatry -- Continued


Item O2
Refer to 2.

1[] Any box "1" (4)
2[] All box "2" (5)
8[] Other (NP)


4. (Is/are any of) the foot problem(s) that -- has severe or serious enough to consider getting professional care?

1[] Yes
2[] No (Item O2 for NP)
9[] DK (Item O2 for NP)


5. During the past 12 months, did -- get medical care for the foot problem(s)?

1[] Yes (9)
2[] No (6)
9[] DK (6)


6. Why did -- not get professional health treatment for the foot problem(s) (during teh past 12 months)?
Mark all that apply.
Any other reason?

1[] Problem(s) not severe
2[] No regular doctor
1[] Too much bother
2[] No transportation
1[] No time
2[] Office/hours not convenient
1[] Costs too much
2[] No health insurance/not covered
1[] Didn't need care/problem(s) cured
8[] Other (Specify) ____
9[] DK


7. Was -- covered by health insurance that would pay for treatment for the foot problem(s)?

1[] Yes (Item O2 for NP)
2[] No (8)
9[] DK (8)


8. If insurance paid for the medical care, do you think -- would have gone for the foot problem(s)?

1[] Yes (Item O2 for NP)
2[] No (Item O2 for NP)
9[] DK (Item O2 for NP)


9a. During the past 12 months, which of these types of health professionals did -- see about the foot problem(s) --


(1) A podiatrist?
1[] Yes
2[] No
9[] DK


(2) An orthopedic specialist or surgeon?
1[] Yes
2[] No
9[] DK


(3) An osteopath?
1[] Yes
2[] No
9[] DK


(4) A physical therapist?
1[] Yes
2[] No
9[] DK


(5) Any other medical doctor?
1[] Yes
2[] No
9[] DK


(6) Any other health professional?
1[] Yes (specify) ____
2[] No
9[] DK


Ask 9b for each "Yes" in 9a.
b. How many times in the past 12 months did -- see the (health professional) for the foot problem(s)?


(1) A podiatrist?
No. of times ____


(2) An orthopedic specialist or surgeon?
No. of times ____



(3) An osteopath?
No. of times ____


(4) A physical therapist?
No. of times ____


(5) Any other medical doctor?
No. of times ____


(6) Any other health professional?
No. of times ____

(Go to 10 after completing all of 9)

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Section O -- Podiatry -- Continued


10. Where did -- see the health professional(s) about the foot problem(s) [his/her] at a doctor's office, clinic, hospital or some other place?
If hospital: Was it the outpatient clinic or the emergency room?
If Clinic: Was it a hospital outpatient clinic, a company clinic, a public health clinic, or some other kind of clinic?
Mark all that apply.

1[] Doctor's office (group practice, doctor's clinic, or HMO)
2[] Hospital outpatient clinic
1[] Person's home
2[] Hospital emergency room
1[] Company or industry clinic
2[] Another type of clinic
1[] Health center
8[] Other (Specify) ____
9[] DK


11. Has or will health insurance pay for any part of the care for -- foot problem(s)?

1[] Yes (12)
2[] No (Item O2 for NP)
9[] DK (Item O2 for NP)


12. If health insurance had not paid for medical care, do you think -- would still have gone for medical care for the foot problem(s)?

1[] Yes (Item O2 for NP)
2[] No (Item O2 for NP)
9[] DK (Item O2 for NP)