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Exercise Therapy Training Options

The mission of Push to Walk is to provide individualized workouts and resources to people with spinal cord injuries and other forms of paralysis to optimize their current quality of life and to prepare for future medical advancements.

By redefining what is possible, Push to Walk’s goal is to help and ultimately improve the lives of those living with spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injuries, stroke, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), and other forms of paralysis.

Using movement and a whole-body approach to achieve health, wellness, and fitness, Push to Walk is committed to helping all clients reach a higher quality of life.

Mid adult male patient takes his first steps after foot surgery at Push to Walk

Physical Rehabilitation Options

We offer a free initial evaluation and Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) add-ons for those who qualify. The evaluation gives the client an opportunity to share strengths gained from physical therapy and future goals with PTW’s training staff. It also allows the trainer to assess the client’s current abilities and develop an exercise program that addresses the individual’s specific needs

After this initial evaluation, individuals may choose from the following training options: 

  • Activity-Based Exercise Program: Weekly sessions led by trainers at our specially equipped gym. ABT is designed to help you stay fit using out special adaptive equipment for strength training, stretching, balance, gait training and endurance. 

  • Stretch Sessions: Existing clients can add thirty-minute stretching sessions to supplement their workouts. 

How We Operate

Clients pay an hourly fee for personalized training. These fees do not fully cover operating expenses. The balance is obtained through fundraising activities, grants, and donations.

Client Scholarships

Through Push to Walk’s fundraising efforts, scholarships are made available to assist those with financial need.
A trainer helps a woman to stand in the Push to Walk gym