The Project Walk Certification Program is dedicated to exploring, expanding, improving, and setting the standard for the field of spinal cord injury recovery. Project Walk staff from all over the world participate in initial staff training and continuing education sessions that focus on the latest SCI research and The Dardzinski Method of spinal cord injury recovery. The Dardzinski Method is the proprietary method practiced at all Project Walk locations.
Few traditional rehabilitation programs recognize the possibility that someone with a spinal cord injury can recover. Persons with a spinal cord injury are taught to cope and live with their injuries. Today, recovery is an option for those wishing to obtain it. Yet, those that choose recovery do not have many choices available to them due to the lack of qualified, trained professionals.
Project Walk is the only center in the world that trains individuals in The Dardzinski Method under the close supervision of Project Walk Instructors. Project Walk Instructors have been working in the field of exercise-based recovery for many years and have thousands of hands-on training hours. These individuals are the innovators of spinal cord injury recovery who have worked with and researched hundreds of clients from all over the world to produce consistent, groundbreaking results. Simply put: they are the best in the world at what they do.
Project Walk certified staff are held to a hire standard that requires thousands of hands-on experience and the completion of spinal cord injury specific course work. For more information on the certification of our staff, please view the certification outline within this website.
PREREQUISITES: All Project Walk Certified Spinal Cord Injury Recovery Specialist (CSRS) must have at least a bachelor’s degree in an exercise science program approved by our education department. Many of our staff members have experience in personal training, athletic training, rehabilitation, and other areas of exercise physiology.
We are always accepting applications. CLICK HERE to find our more about what it takes to work for Project Walk.