About Aaron M.
In August of 2010 I suffered a spinal cord injury in a diving accident at the end of my third week of medical school. Initially diagnosed as C4 ASIA A, I recovered some sensation and function not long after my injury and have been working to capitalize on my current ASIA C designation. Walk the Line has been a terrific place to maximize this recovery, strengthening the function of muscles I’ve regained in my arms and core and working on plugging in as many other muscle groups as possible. My time working out at WTL has been critical to encouraging and making the most of my recovery; I look forward to every day there as an opportunity to get stronger, increase my functionality, and regain as much independence as I can. I’ve come a long way from being able to do no more than shrug my shoulders and turn my head, and Walk the Line has been a big part of that.