“We have seen the impact Project Walk can have on those living with paralysis so we are extremely excited to have such an amazing family at the helm of Project Walk – Houston,” says Project Walk Chief Executive Officer, Tim Yates.
Missouri City, TX (December 3, 2014) (PRWEB) December 04, 2014
Project Walk Paralysis Recovery Center will celebrate the grand opening of its fifth franchised location this Saturday, December 6th from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
The newest Project Walk location is now open and seeing clients at 3281 Rocky Creed Drive, Suite 200 in Missouri City, Texas which is just south of Houston. Franchise owners, Mark and Cindy Dremely understand firsthand how important continued care for people affected by paralysis is due to their son, Brooks sustaining a spinal cord injury in 2013.
Brooks, 19 was injured during motocross practice; a sport beloved by the Dremely family. He has since focused on recovery and the Dremelys were so moved by Brooks’s progress, they decided to bring a Project Walk to their hometown of Houston.
“Once we saw the improvements Brooks was making, we knew we needed to help others,” says Cindy Dremely. “The exciting part about this venture is those living with paralysis will no longer have to travel so far to experience Project Walk.”
Project Walk is the pioneer in activity-based recovery with nearly two decades of experience helping people with all types of disabilities improve their quality of life. Based on The Dardzinski Method™, Project Walk has established itself as the global leader in activity-based recovery through its scientific approach to improving function below the level of injury.
“We have seen the impact Project Walk can have on those living with paralysis so we are extremely excited to have such an amazing family at the helm of Project Walk – Houston,” says Project Walk Chief Executive Officer, Tim Yates. “The Dremelys are incredibly passionate about the industry and the Project Walk brand, a winning combination for those able to attend the Houston location.”
Project Walk – Houston will host a grand opening event open to the public this Saturday, December 6th. Featured guests include the Mayor of Missouri City, Zero 2 A Hundred Founder, Jason Roy; a large advocate of improving the quality of life of children and adolescents suffering from a brain injury and/or spinal cord injury.
Those able to attend will also have the opportunity to join a list to try a Project Walk program for free as a thank you for their support.
“We are very excited about Project Walk and what we know we can accomplish by bringing this facility to Texas,” says Cindy.
For more information on Project Walk – Houston and their current program options, please visit http://www.ProjectWalk.com or contact Cindy Dremely at (281) 410-8348.