Project Walk recently announced that it will be opening its newest franchise in Houston, Texas.
Tim Yates, Project Walk CEO, articulates the company’s excitement in opening the location, “The owners of our Houston franchise have a passion and personal connection to the injury. They have a deep love for the Houston community, which makes them a natural fit, and a welcomed addition to the Project Walk family.”
The owners, Mark and Cindy Dremely, have a son Brooks aged 18 years old, who was injured in a motorcross accident in January of 2013.
Cindy notes that as a mother of an individual who has sustained a spinal cord injury, “I understand how important it is to have additional avenues for therapy. Project Walk has provided more than just an improved quality of life for Brooks physically, but mentally as well. The kind of support you feel at Project Walk is second-to-none.”
With nearly two decades of experience and based upon the Dardzinski Method, Project Walk specializes in activity-based recovery. Its approach aims to improve function below the level of injury and to improve quality of life for people impacted by mobility-related disorders.
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Source: Project Walk