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Sunday, September 20th, 2015, Spinal Cord injury of Ontario is hosting it’s annual wheelchair relay. The Aim2Walk team is attending the fundraiser and we would like you to join us! The event is a 2.5km walk, wheel or run at Monarch Park Stadium in Toronto...

Dealing with a neurological disorder such as Spinal Cord Injuries, Multiple Sclerosis, Cerebral Palsy, Stroke or any other issue often requires years of therapy and rehabilitation. Many times, it will be a life long journey. At Aim2Walk, we see this time and time again, we...

With my week as the Medical Lead for the ParaPan Am Games now come and gone, I've had a chance to reflect on the experience.I came away with the following observations:The performances of ALL the Parapan Athletes I observed were way more impressive in person...

Did you get a chance to watch any of the ParaPan Am sporting events? It was an inspiring and exciting experience! Not to mention, Canada rocked the games finishing second with 168 medals, 50 gold, 63 silver and 55 bronze. Canada truly made us proud...

What is the Lokomat?The Lokomat is a robotic walking machine which mimics a normal walking gait. This incredible piece of technology is often the main reason why many of our clients chose Aim2Walk for their therapy. I was mesmerized and extremely excited when I first...

Back in June, we (Matt Sanchez, JP Rimando and myself, Michelle Teves) had the opportunity to participate in a K-taping course hosted at our very own clinic! The instructor out of Ortho Canada, Daysha Shuya, came all the way from Saskatchewan and is 1 of...

In the past year since Aim2Walk’s Neurochangers gym has opened, we have filled it with typical gym equipment such as cardio machines, weights and gym mats. As well as some adaptive interesting pieces which are designed more for our neurological cliental. If you’ve been to...

With the Pan Am Games having come and gone here in Toronto, don't feel bad if you've missed out on the excitement of attending a live sporting event featuring future Olympic stars for Canada and the rest of the Americas...