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Project Walk
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Intense paralysis recovery programs, education, research and development.
Intense paralysis recovery programs, education, research and development.

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Our clients defy the ideas of what is impossible every day.
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No matter what your injury level or diagnosis is, quadriplegic, paraplegic, or multiple sclerosis. Any day can be a "Tour de Project Walk" day. #Recovery #ProjectWalk #MS #SCI  
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We love hearing stories about people who continue to break barriers and pursue their passion after their injury. To Chef Aleem Syed, we look forward to seeing you soon and helping in your recovery.

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Tracee Sumrall suffered a traumatic brain injury as a result of a car crash on January 8, 2013. She was confined to a wheelchair, but through hard work in therapy and at home was able to advance to using a walker. She started at Project Walk Houston two months ago with the goal of increasing her balance and strength, as well as walking independently. Tracee is now able to take steps unassisted and did so at home for the first time this week. #TBI #TraumaticBrainInjury #ProjectWalk  

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Something that we take for granted at Project Walk is that our clients are always out of their wheelchair, doing things they were told they would never do. Case in point, Ryan Reddick suffered a T6 spinal cord injury in 2011 and is visiting our San Diego location for the second time. His recovery sessions include riding a spin bike and Total Gym core balance. He sure does make it look easy. Nice job Ryan! #spinalcordinjury #ProjectWalk #ParalysisRecovery  
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More advancements in the world of stem cell therapy as studies continue to progress our understanding of the effects of such treatments. #StemCell  

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Congratulations to Lil Hal Hargrave. Since Hal's accident in 2007 he has founded The Be Perfect Foundation, raised over a $1,000,000 for people affected by Paralysis, opened Project Walk Claremont. To top it off, he just graduated from college. Hal continues to be a shining example of what life after a Spinal Cord Injury can be. Thank you Hal for inspiring all of us in the SCI Community CONGRATS! #BePerfectFoundation #Claremont #nonprofit  
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Alan suffered a C3/4/5 spinal cord injury on January 1, 2014 while walking through the parking lot of his place of employment. He is an incredibly hard worker and has accomplished so much at our Las Vegas location, all while having limited use of his shoulders due to a torn left rotator cuff and subluxed right shoulder. Great job Alan! #ProjectWalk #SpinalCordInjury #Paralysis  

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Todd suffered a T4 spinal cord injury while practicing for the upcoming 2015 Monster Energy Supercross season. He has been visiting our San Diego location for a couple of weeks now and recently began to use the ReWalk system. #ReWalk #ProjectWalk #SpinalCordInjury  

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Additional advancements in robotics continue to provide options for just about anyone suffering from paralysis. #Science #Paralysis #ProjectWalk  
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