Quadriplegic Doctor Attempts to Climb Pikes Peak

August 17, 2011

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Quadriplegic Doctor Attempts to Climb Pikes Peak

(Colorado Springs, CO) – Climbing a mountain is grueling enough work for someone with full bodily mobility, but Dr. Glen House, a C7 quadriplegic since the age of 20, plans to climb famous Pike's Peak in Colorado in a wheel chair. He will do so to raise money for BIAC (Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado) and Think First.

Dr. House is the Medical Director of the Center for Neuro & Trauma Rehabilitation at Penrose Hospital in Colorado Springs, CO and host of his own radio Talk Show geared to the disabled community ("Dr. House: Living With and Beyond Disability") heard on www.HealthRadio.net. He was an avid body builder and extreme skier before breaking his neck and injuring his back 21 years ago.

Dr. House will attempt to make the 13-mile climb all the way to the summit of Pikes Peak on Saturday, September 10, 2011 utilizing the wheel chair technology provided by eMotion Wheels.

Dr. Glen House, M.D. is available for interviews. Please contact Shannon Rose, Eclectic Media Productions (347) 92-STARS or (347) 927-8277, Email: info@mediaproductions.tv


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