Jordan Fallis - Road To Recovery
Despite his injuries he has maintained an optimistic and positive attitude which has been inspiring to many. When patient #2, Jesi Stracham (of a 5 patient clinical trial) reached out to him, he didn't hesitate to offer support, encouragement, and share his experience with her. They have become very close and now offer each other daily support and encouragement. They even have a little healthy competition going as to who will walk first.
Jordan’s progress to date has been remarkable as he has regained much function in a short period of time. (Please click links below for more information) Unfortunately, the costs associated with a spinal cord injury are substantial.
The funds collected through this effort will be used to pay for Jordan's physical therapy, contribute to the cost of needed medical equipment, and allow him the opportunity to focus exclusively on his recovery. Any contributions are greatly appreciated by Jordan and his family. No donation is too small.
Thank you for your consideration.
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Jordan has shared two more amazing video's with us. I'm always amazed but never surprised at his progress. He is working so hard every single day and as always is grateful for the support he receives from all of us. Let's help him get through another month of expenses so he can he can continue to focus on his recovery with a little less stress.