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From Near Death to a Top Athlete
Courtney Verrill

Shaun Castle opens up about his near death experience, his recovery, and his journey as a professional and collegiate athlete.

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Standing with ReWalk

We recently had the chance to see some exoskeleton technology in action at the 2017 Abilities Expo in Los Angeles. 


Pressure sore prevention may be one of the most overlooked routines to manage … but it shouldn’t be

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Teams from the Possibility Shield Maidens Women's Wheelchair basketball team face the Lobos during a recent weekend of basketball at the University of Arizona in Tucson. (Photo Christopher Di Virgilio).

March 2017 Table of Contents

Hang 10

Discover how to get started in the wet, wild and even therapeutic sport of adaptive surfing

The Road to Louisville

For the younger generation of players, this month's National Wheelchair Basketball Tournament in Kentucky gives them their chance to shine

Wilderness Wonders

Wilderness Inquiry provides travel programs all over the world for those with disabilities

Camping Access

Accessible campgrounds and parks may be hard to come by right now, but there's a push to make sure anyone with a disability has the opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors

Also in this issue:

My Opinion - Mobile on the Trails

My home backs up to the Phoenix Mountain Preserve and has over 200 miles trails, and all I could do was peer at them from my back patio

People - All the Potential in the World

Surviving a motorcycle accident, adjusting to a spinal-cord injury and a new life in a wheelchair

Innovations -Sip-and-Puff Controllers

People who are completely paralyzed have the chance to experience snow skiing and sailing like never before thanks to a spinal-cord injury doctor and a pair of engineers from the University of Utah

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