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Paralyzed Teen Inspires Medical Team and Future of Rehab — NBC 5 Dallas–Fort Worth

Thursday, 24 February, 2022

Paralyzed Teen Inspires Medical Team and Future of Rehab — NBC 5 Dallas–Fort Worth


Many North Texans know the story of Corey Borner, who as a teenager at DeSoto High School in 2009 was paralyzed by a spinal cord injury during a high school football game.
Last year, while fitted in an exoskeleton, Borner walked the stage at his college graduation, taking his first steps in 12 years.
Now, he's become an inspiration to doctors as they take notes on his incredible recovery and how it can help others.
Read more at: https://www.nbcdfw.com/news/health/paralyzed-teen-inspires-medical-team-and-future-of-rehab/2897374/

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