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David Wieselmann

David Wieselmann

In June of 2010, a mountain-biking accident left David Wieselmann with a broken neck and a spinal cord injury at the C7 vertebra, leaving him paralyzed from the chest down. Before this life-altering accident David was often seen biking 40 to 70 miles in a day around the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont, until the snow fell—then it was all about skiing.

His goals include; locking knees out by October 2020, regain more trunk control, Move hips, and eventually walk again.

“It means everything that a foundation is supportive of my recovery”

 

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$2,500 Healing Network (Journey Forward)

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