Courage Center director dishes on Jack Jablonski's progress
The high school hockey player who was paralyzed during a game in December sent out a remarkable tweet from rehab yesterday, saying he was able to move his left leg, ankle and finger.
FOX 9 News spoke with Jack Jablonski's father, who said Jabby and his mother had another rehabilitation session at the Courage Center, where specialists strapped him into a harness so he could walk on the treadmill for the first time. He took his first steps in five months there.
Jeanne Olson, director of rehab with the Courage Center, joined FOX 9 News to talk about the equipment that is being used in his rehabilitation and how far he has come.