Innovative Therapy

August 2005
PN;Aug2005, Vol. 59 Issue 8, p85
Trade Publication
This article reports that Next Steps NW has opened the doors to its exercise facility in Redmond, Washington. Allan Northrup, founder of Next Steps, who broke his neck in an automobile accident in 2001, spent a year and a half in San Diego after discovering the Pacific Northwest had no facility that met his needs. Next Step NW offers biking with computer-controlled electrical muscle stimulation and body-weight-supported treadmill training. These reportedly help people with spinal-cord injury.


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