Cheri walked into our facility, GroupHab Physical Therapy, flashing a big smile.
"I don't have to wake up at 5 in the morning to ask my husband to put my shoes on me before he goes to work!" she exclaimed. "I can tie my own shoes!"
Hearing that simple, joyous declaration of independence, I knew I'd made the right decision to focus my new practice on wellness and prevention for individuals with chronic conditions.
Cheri, who is 55 and has cerebral palsy, gets teary-eyed describing how the facility has transformed her life. When she came to us she was walking with 2 canes, falling at least once a week, and feeling she had nowhere to safely exercise. She feared losing her ability to ambulate.
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