Our activity-based recovery options are customized for each client and are based on an assessment and evaluation by one of our Certified Recovery Specialists.
We invite you to explore our program - whether you are local or from far away.
What do I need to do to start a program with Project Walk Houston?
Step 1. Fill Out An Application
We encourage anyone who has been affected by stroke, paralysis disorders, or any spinal cord/traumatic brain injury to take a moment to fill out an application.
Be sure to have your latest Bone Density Scan when you are applying.
Step 2. Schedule an Evaluation
For a limited time: Pre-Pay for 10 sessions and receive the Evaluation for free. ($110 value)
Once we receive your application, we will call you to schedule a 2-hour evaluation appointment.
Progress starts with research and education and our goal is to provide you with the resources to find a recovery program that best suits your needs.
Step 3. Start Your Customized Program
Once we've completed the evaluation, we will work with you on a program schedule that works best for you.
Look forward to seeing you at Project Walk!
Whether you are local or from outside of the Houston, Texas area, we welcome the opportunity to be a part of your recovery.
If you have any questions or would like to inquire more about an evaluation, please do not hesitate to contact us. We're happy to work with you!
11275 S Sam Houston Parkway W
Houston, Texas 77031 (map)
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday
9:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M.
Saturday & Sunday
Call or Schedule a visit with our Facility Manager
“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 Cerebral Palsy