The Innovator: Summer 2018

Starting Walk The Line on the heels of feeling defeated and being discharged from my previous physical therapy program fueled the fire and passion to make WTL a place of power.

The Innovator: 2018 Winter Newsletter

The ringing in of a new year often brings a time for reflection and hopefulness, and 2017 was a big year for Walk The Line! We celebrated our 10th Anniversary, we expanded our Community Events program, integrated flexibility of session duration by offering 1 ½ or three-hour sessions based on client needs, and welcomed new team members including Physical Therapists, …

The Innovator: Fall 2017

My life was forever changed on October 7, 2001 I was in a car accident with my brother and sustained a cervical spinal cord injury leaving me paralyzed from the chest down. In an instant, I went from being completely independent, living on my own and working full time to a dependent young adult with almost no movement from the …

The Innovator: 2017 Spring Newsletter

I looked up from gait training to see the face of one of our newer clients taking a break to cheer me on. Without realizing it I had straightened my posture and focused my gaze forward instead of down. As I turned and began to walk back down “the line” I smiled as I realized that his interest in my …

The Innovator: 2016 Fourth Quarter Newsletter

Fifteen years ago I sustained a C6/7 spinal cord injury from a motor vehicle accident and was paralyzed from the chest down. At the age of 23 in an instant I went from living independently in Los Angeles and working to having to move back home with my parents, relying on others for life’s most basic tasks and unable to …