Project Walk Mt. Laurel

In the News

Samantha Taking Steps with the Rifton Tram - T10 Spinal Cord Injury
Samantha suffered a T9 spinal cord injury in February of 2008. Samantha started her Project Walk experience at the Carlsbad location, where she quickly fell in love. While she was out in California, she caught wind that Mt. Laurel, NJ was opening a location only an hour from her home. She has been with our Mt. Laurel team since day one. Through her self-determination and relentless work ethic, she recently was able to take steps in the Rifton Tram!
Client Spotlight with Dan Romeo
MT. LAUREL, NJ: Dan was injured in a dirt bike accident this past May at the age of 18. As a result of the accident he suffered a T3-T6 spinal cord injury. Prior to his injury he played ice hockey, rode dirt bikes, snowboarded and lived life to the fullest. He hasn’t let his injury change that as he continues to return to those activities and recently obtained his driver’s license. Keep up the great work Dan and thanks for always bringing a smile to the faces of our team in Mt. Laurel.
Ashley Making Great Strides - T4 Spinal Cord Injury
Ashley suffered a T4 spinal cord injury in March 2016. Since May she has been commuting 7 hours from Buffalo NY to Mt. Laurel NJ. When she started the program she couldn’t move her lower extremities and given little chance to recover. With her relentless dedication, Ashley has recently begun to take steps. We couldn’t be more proud of her.
Hayley is Standing Tall with Our Team - C6/C7 Spinal Cord Injury
Hayley suffered a C6/7 spinal cord injury in 2011. She started at our Mt. Laurel location in March and has made incredible progress in the last five months. Hayley has progressed to standing without hip or knee support. Congratulations Hayley on an incredible milestone!
Location Announcement
Project Walk is proud to announce that it will be bringing its services to the residents of Philadelphia and those surrounding areas. This is made possible through the newest Project Walk franchise opening, scheduled for 2016 in Mt. Laurel, NJ. This is the second Project Walk franchise to open on the east coast and franchise owners, Leslie Clark and Daniel Currie, are thrilled to bring Project Walk to those affected by neurological paralysis. It is the absence of quality activity-based recovery programs that continues to fuel the need for Project Walk’s expansion.

Project Walk is the pioneer and leader in activity-based paralysis recovery and has been treating people affected by paralysis and mobility-related disorders for nearly two decades. Project Walk’s innovative and proven treatment methods are backed by published research and an esteemed medical advisory board.

“We were looking for an opportunity to help people and make a positive contribution to our community. After many months of research and a visit to Project Walk headquarters, we decided that bringing a Project Walk center to the Philadelphia-Southern New Jersey area was what we had been looking for.” states franchise co-owner, Leslie Clark.

“We are very selective in awarding franchises as it’s not just a business – we are changing people’s lives.” says Project Walk CEO, Tim Yates. Owners, Danny and Leslie wanted a business where they could also help people in their community. They have been active supporters and involved with fund raising for Special Olympics, the Wounded Warriors Project and Habitat for Humanity. Project Walk is excited to welcome Leslie and Danny into the Project Walk family.

Project Walk is the most advanced paralysis recovery program in the world. Clients can begin the program as soon as they leave the hospital and can continue full-time at a center or at home through the most comprehensive integrated home care model in the industry. The Project Walk Method, available only at Project Walk centers, is supported by published research that shows 71% of clients improve function below the level of injury after participating in our treatment program.

“We are thrilled to bring Project Walk to the Philadelphia area!” states co-owner Daniel Currie. “Running a business that helps people in our community is a dream come true for us.” Currie adds, “We are excited to partner with Project Walk because they are the best in the industry.”
Project Walk Mt. Laurel • 521 Fellowship, suite 155 • Mount Laurel, NJ 08054 • 856-439-6772
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