Hello again, friends. For your enjoyment and education I have included in this post a video of my last treadmill session. After I finished my inpatient rehab at the Shepherd Center last October, I enrolled in a research study as part of the NeuroRecovery Network. The NRN is a faculty of the Christopher Reeve Foundation that provides spinal cord injury patients access to treadmill therapy training. All this therapy obviously did not make me walk, but it provided ancillary benefits such as improved circulation, vertical tolerance, better blood pressure regulation, and sustained range of motion. For me, it was wonderful to be able to stand and walk every day, however artificial it may have been. I apologize for the poor video quality… I’ll try to work on that for the next video. Enjoy!