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Thread: The new Push to Walk website is up and running!

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    Smile The new Push to Walk website is up and running!

    It is no longer "Under Construction", most of the information is up on there with a few exceptions. We'd like to add some more soon but it should give you a good idea of what we're about.
    C5/6- Workin' on Recovery

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    Senior Member Lois's Avatar
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    Oak Ridge, NJ USA

    Thumbs up Looking good!

    Hey Darren, the new website looks great! I can see by the pictures that the facility is all equipped and "ready to go". I'll be stopping by when we return to NJ late this month ~ hope to see the rugby at Wayne Hills, too!
    Take care.

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    Congratulations! Glad to see it's getting off the ground.

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    Thanks for posting Darren.

    My family knows Lindsay very well. She is as good as they get. Push to Walk could not have found a better trainer.

    "Hope is like a road in the country; there was never a road, but when many people walk on it, the road comes into existence." Lin Yutang

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    Looks fab


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    D, great job, looking forward to visiting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by john smith
    Thanks for posting Darren.

    My family knows Lindsay very well. She is as good as they get. Push to Walk could not have found a better trainer.

    Agreed. We got lucky.

    Lois, Jim, you guys are always welcome, hope to see you soon.
    C5/6- Workin' on Recovery

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    March 21, 2007
    Contact: Marianna Ochoa
    Marketing/Development Director

    Project Walk® on the MOVE
    Push to Walk opens in New Jersey as the first Project Walk certified facility

    Bloomingdale, NJ -- Project Walk Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) Recovery is happy to announce that Push to Walk is the first facility in the United States to become a Project Walk certified facility. Push to Walk is now working together with Project Walk to provide its exercise-based recovery program to the SCI community of Northern New Jersey. Each Push to Walk staff member will train at the Project Walk center in Carlsbad and will continue to be trained until they complete their Level I certification in The Dardzinski Method™ at which time they will maintain their certification with continuing education courses.

    The atmosphere and equipment at Push to Walk will be very similar to Project Walk. The staff is led by Lindsay Huisman, a Project Walk Level I certified Trainer. Lindsay worked at Project Walk’s center in Carlsbad for two years training with all levels of injury and function. This experience has given her the knowledge and skill to lead the facility and provide the SCI community with best exercise-based recovery program on the east coast. Eric Prol who is in the process of completing his Level I certification, will join Lindsay on the roster of trainers in the Push to Walk center, and as client demand increases, all new Push to Walk trainers will travel to Carlsbad to begin Level I training.

    Everyone at Project Walk is very excited to be embarking on this new certified facility endeavor. Its goal is to help Push to Walk service the local SCI community that is constantly looking for recovery options other than the standard compensation therapy.

    For more information on Push to Walk, please visit If you would like more information on the certified facility program or education programs available to SCI professionals through Project Walk, please contact Christel Mitrovich at or visit

    As its name suggests, Project Walk Spinal Cord Injury Recovery Center is a not-for-profit organization, whose core mission is to provide an improved quality of life for people with spinal cord injuries through intense exercise-based recovery programs, education, support and encouragement. They do this by offering their clients the most specialized, comprehensive exercise-based recovery program available. In the pursuit of its mission, Project Walk has been encouraging its clients and providing opportunities for different levels of recovery for eight years. The program’s success is based on highly skilled specialists who go through a several year, hands-on certification process, learning how a dysfunctional nervous system recovers. There are currently people at Project Walk improving in a number of skills and functions and many others are learning to take steps. Most impressively, the majority of the participants are recovering in the same pattern as those that have come into the program before them. To help spinal cord injury victims achieve what is considered medically impossible and walk after being injured and confined to a wheelchair, please consider making a donation to Project Walk. For more information on the programs at Project Walk please call (760) 431-9789 or visit

    Eric Harness, CSCS
    Neuro Ex, Inc
    Adaptive Performance and Neuro Recovery

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    I thought I would write an update on how we are doing so far at Push to Walk. We recently received another piece of equipment that we've bought, the Keiser Performance Trainer ( It is similar to a cable machine, but much smoother and more advanced. It is a great piece of equuipment; we've been very impressed so far.

    We are beginning to fill up and scheduling is getting tight. More hours will open up in the summer, but as of right now we are just about full. I wanted to let everyone here know because I don't want to see any CC'ers get shut out! So, if you are interested or have questions please go to or email me.
    C5/6- Workin' on Recovery

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