Our charitable neuro-rehabilitation program was created to help individuals who have neurological mobility impairments regain mobility and walk again. Our program is fully funded through community support and donations by people just like you.
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Affordable Access: Consistent and ongoing physical therapy and personal training at no cost to low cost.
Access to Advanced Technologies: This includes whole-body vibration systems and a range of bionic exoskeleton suits.
Rehabilitation in a Health Club Setting: This aspect promotes inclusivity and well-being for our athletes.
Exercise as Medicine: While we believe that neuro-recovery is possible, maintaining neurological health and wellness is essential to optimizing the quality of life. This leads to an increase in emotional and social well-being, a reduction in secondary complications associated with paralysis, and a reduction in re-hospitalizations after sustaining a traumatic neurological injury or disease.
Wholistic Program Approach: This includes physical therapy, whole-body vibration, exoskeleton usage, and a performance training program.
Mental Health and Wellness: Our program provides a bridge to psychological and emotional support around the loss of mobility via professional counseling services in partnership with Pathfinders Aspen.
Shay Mitchell introduces 2018 Top 10 CNN Hero Amanda Boxtel at “CNN Heroes: An All-Star Tribute”
CNN Heroes: A bionic recovery
Three years ago, Nate White was told he’d never walk again. But with the help of 2018 Top 10 CNN Hero Amanda Boxtel and her nonprofit, Bridging Bionics, today he’s not only back on his feet — he is running, jumping rope, even mountain biking.