If we could use one word that describes what is needed to regain strength and function in those with paralysis, it would be repetition. To combat the inactivity that has traditionally been the "norm" for those living with paralysis, new research shows that the more time a person is out of their chair and engaging in aggressive, repetitive movement, the better the chance a person will have at recovering the most function. Since 2005, Pushing Boundaries has offered people in the Puget Sound area a place to go to become more independent after suffering a spinal cord injury, stoke, or traumatic brain injury. In 2006, we expanded our adaptive exercise therapy center to include those with other neurological disorders including MS, Devic's, Transverse Myelitis, Spinal Muscular Atrophy, and several others.
- Clients participate in two hour sessions, two, three, or four days per week.
- Our Trainers work one on one with every client at every session.
- Clients participate in a progressive program involving cardio, strength training and coordination.
- We encourage communication with your existing medical team to design the most effective, individualized program.
It is important to understand that every person's abilities and challenges are different. We work with every client to identify and work on your personal goals.
4162 148th Ave NE, Redmond, WA 98052 425-869-9506