My Videos

Here are links to videos of my progress. I learn from them the way pro golfers learn from studying their videos; ┬áseeing what I’m doing right or wrong, and what I can do to improve.

I think it is important for those of you recovering from SCI to also study not just my videos, but to take videos of your own efforts to maximize your progress.

Think positively, give thanks for what you’ve got, and keep trying!

Remember there is always a way to do something, it’s our job to figure out a way!

Another amazing day! Floor to chair transfer using therapy steps, 11 years post injury.

I had a spinal cord injury 10 years ago and this was my first time walking , just two days ago. I am asking for Ellen’s help to help me purchase this exoskeleton suit. its been proven to help SCI people learn how to walk again by repetitive movements. thank you, God Bless!

Posted by Shelly Kerchner on Friday, April 14, 2017

 

This program is called ReWalk. Shelly is the only person who has a C6-C7 spinal cord injury and who has done this. Most have have lower level injuries. It was a big day for her!

This program is called ReWalk. Shelly is one of only three people who have a C6-C7 spinal cord injury that have done this. Most have have lower level injuries. It was a big day for her!

Posted by Tracy Tredennick on Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Posted by Tracy Tredennick on Wednesday, April 12, 2017

10 years ago I was told “you will never use your hands”. And I could not for many months. Today I am able to do this and soon I will be walking after I get my KAFO braces. I am proud of all I have accomplished and can’t wait to once again attain another goal of mine, to walk again.

https://www.facebook.com/shelly.kerchner/videos/10210437505192647/

C6 C7 incomplete quad taking a few steps

 

Published on Mar 27, 2018

Taken October 2017 at St. Francis University. I am 11 years post injury
Here I am standing for the first time in physical therapy with my braces that only go up to the knee!