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Chris Davis became a quadriplegic on May 31st while coaching his son’s mountain biking team. Chris fell and fractured his neck (C2/C3). The original prognosis was that he would have no movement and be ventilator-dependent.

After 4 1/2 months, Chris is not only breathing on his own, but has movement in his arms and legs. While Chris still cannot move enough to scratch an itch, feed himself, open a door, stand or walk, he is getting stronger every day and ALL RESEARCH SHOWS the FIRST 1-2 YEARS are CRITICAL to regaining function. If there are brain signals going to an area there is something to build upon…. luckily Chris has movement nearly everywhere to build upon!! The more movement performed every day, the better the chances to regain functionality.

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October 21, 2019

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November 8, 2019

Chris and Annie keep up the good work you are an inspiration to us all!

Patricis Lawrence

November 2, 2019

You and your family are an inspiration to us all. Keep on keeping on, we are all behind you. Sandy and Bill

Sandy Hubbell

November 2, 2019

Chris and Anne, Continue to be strong. We miss you and are wishing you the best from Texas! Greg and BK

Burnett King

October 31, 2019

Hello Chris, Anne Marie and Keegan - We support you all! We're so amazed by Chris' progress in the past few months, and continue to pray and send love your way for ongoing recovery and rehab. You all are amazing! Much love, Rob, Angela and Vincent

Robert and Angela Millar