Last month, the Sarasota Herald Tribune published a front-page article about Katie Mathews and the remarkable progress she has made at NeuroRestorative Avalon Park. Katie, who suffered a spinal cord injury in 2006, was one of the first client’s at NeuroRestorative Avalon Park and is looking forward to continuing her progress and reaching her goal of independent living. Since her accident, Katie has become an advocate for young people and this past spring she was crowned Junior Miss Wheelchair Florida. As Junior Miss Wheelchair Florida, Katie plans to visit local high schools to teach young drivers about the consequences of distracted driving. To read the full article from the Sarasota Herald Tribune and learn more about Katie’s success, please click here.