About Project Walk Houston
Project Walk Houston's unique approach to activity-based recovery improves function below the level of injury.
Originally founded by Mark and Cindy Dremely, Project Walk Houston was started to support their son Brooks who suffered a spinal cord injury in a motocross accident. Since then, Project Walk Houston works with and supports a wide range of individuals and families affected by paralysis and mobility disorders.
Now owned and operated by Jacob Calhoun and Ross LaBove, they have been with Project Walk Houston since day one. It is their combined experiences and dedication to service that continues the legacy of Brooks and keeps the energy alive and impactful at Project Walk.
Their mission is to help others down their road to recovery, provide the tools and resources to improve function and to foster a strong, nurturing community -- one individual at a time.
The difference between us and other recovery centers? Our team.
We take great pride in our team and the environment we have built and fostered here at PWH. We're more than a physical therapy rehabilitation center, we're a family working to improve the quality of life for individuals affected by paralysis.
“We relocated here from Florida. I had researched and knew that a personal trainer type situation was something I wanted to try with Aubree, but needed someone with experience and expertise -- not just a gym setting. Having done traditional PT since she was 20 months old we were ready for a new approach.
We found Project Walk Houston, called and talked to Jacob and have been working with him since June. We’ve been very pleased!”
- Wendy Ford, mother of client with Spinal Cord Injury
Our clients are our motivators, our inspiration, and our friends.
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