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As you may know, Tonya Stevenson was in a tragic automobile accident that changed her life. She was left paralyzed and has spent the time following the accident enduring six separate surgeries to save her left arm. This prevented her from receiving physical therapy she has so needed. Tonya has regained some feeling and sensation but without the further intense physical therapy her recovery will plateau. Her limited insurance will not pay for what she needs to come back to Tonya again. We and the physicians feel that with the opportunity to succeed, she will to her fullest.

Tonya is a graduate of Hernando High School in Brooksville, Florida, where she participated in gymnastics and karate. She was a valued softball player a pitcher and left fielder who took the team to the World Series. After moving to Panama City Beach, Florida, she wanted to assume the culture and learned to skate board and eventually Surfing became her love. (And she is great at it!) Panama City being a very seasonal town, Tonya worked at the well renowned Pineapple Willies Restaurant for six years as a server and a valued and respected employee. Her most important job, however is as a mother. She so needs and wants this to return to her home and continue to raise her beautiful son, Mason. Tonya is a single mother and is determined to work her hardest to improve to her fullest to be able to be the best Mother she can be. Please help us give her that chance.

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March 15, 2017

Please note the newly added picture of Tonys standing.. we still need your help to get her the RT 300 Stimulus Bike!

October 31, 2016

Tonya has been experiencing increased response to sensory…. motor to follow…,she desperately needs the Stimulus Bike to not only aid that along but to improve spasms. There is no PT facility that even has one near us. We need your help to purchase a refurbished one.. thank you

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September 21, 2017

I know you're after that RT300, but check out the MyoCycle. Easier to use and more affordable, and it was invented by a guy from Panama City.

John