Project Walk’s fourth franchised-location to open its doors will begin seeing clients in Minnetonka, Minn, September 29, according to a recent company news release.

Chuck Wheeler, Project Walk Twin Cities Owner, adds, “Since this is my hometown, it provides me the chance to be very hands on in the business and I’m excited about the prospect of changing the way we treat paralysis.”

Tim Yates, Project Walk CEO, articulates the company’s excitement in bringing the Project Walk brand to Minnesota, particularly since much of his family lives near the new Twin Cities Location and “…. Any opportunity to bring Project Walk closer to home is exciting. My hope is that one day, people won’t have to travel as far to experience a Project Walk recovery program.”

Since 1999, Project Walk has specialized in activity-based recovery and based its treatments on The Dardzinski Method. Its mission centers on offering improved quality of life for individuals impacted by mobility related disorders.

Project Walk – Twin Cities is know accepting applications

Source: Project Walk