Stephanie Arrache sees no reason why she can't kick in her own way, regardless of her paralysis. Stephanie Arrache is learning to change [...]
Anne Wafula Strike, the first Paralympian to hail from East Africa, is not only a sporting ambassador, but also a speaker, author, wife and mother.
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With benefits like improved self-esteem and confidence, studying martial arts is appealing to more and more wheelchair users.
When you do enough activity-based therapy, you hope something spectacular will happen — you'll slowly see some below injury movement, or maybe regain some sensation. [...]