In October of 2013, I survived a stabbing that left me paralyzed from the waist down. Initially, I was told that my spine was completely transected and that my chances of walking were very slim. I was in shock. After a month in the hospital, I moved into the Nova Scotia Rehabilitation Centre. I learned there that my spinal cord injury was not complete, but incomplete!
Representing Canada is one of Geoff's greatest accomplishments. As a proud Nova Scotian, Geoff has some concerns about the overall health of our province. He offers some advice on what each of us can do to be active – and to keep Nova Scotians moving – for life.
Ellie Black is an artistic gymnast, an Olympian, and a proud Nova Scotian. Find out how physiotherapy helped Ellie soar to the highest heights in a sport that requires strength, balance, flexibility, agility, endurance, and control.