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Push to Walk Cheers on US Hockey Team and NJ Olympian Kenny Agostino

(February15/Oakland) – In the pre-pandemic days of 2019, Kenny Agostino, a Flanders native and professional ice hockey player, visited Push to Walk, a nonprofit dedicated to helping individuals with spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injuries, multiple sclerosis, and other mobility-related conditions maintain their overall fitness and health. He took the time to meet with individuals […]

PTW’s Paralysis Community Continues to Embrace Olympic Spirit

PTW’s Paralysis Community Continues to Embrace Olympic Spirit It’s been a week since the winter Olympics concluded, but the Olympic spirit of the athletes endures well beyond the competitions on the mountain tops and in the ice rinks. I recently witnessed the Olympic spirit in action at Push to Walk (PTW), a nonprofit exercise facility […]

Push To Walk: 15 Years Strong

Push To Walk: 15 Years Strong Seventeen years ago, Darren, a college-bound high school hockey player and ski racer, dove off a boat into shallow water at the New Jersey shore. That dive resulted in a C5 spinal cord injury and Darren’s subsequent paralysis. It also inspired Darren and his mother, Cynthia Templeton, to establish […]

Push to Walk Marks 15 Years of Service to Paralysis Community

Push to Walk Marks 15 Years of Service to Paralysis Community (Oakland, NJ January 6, 2022) – On Saturday, January 15, Push to Walk, a 7,400 sq. ft. exercise facility in Oakland, New Jersey designed for individuals with spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injuries, stroke, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, and other forms of paralysis, will […]