About the Author

My name is Steve Collins and this blog is the story of my journey back to health. At the age of twenty I was knocked off of a bicycle and then run over by a car leaving me with head and leg injuries. Eight years later I managed to crush myself underneath a dumper truck and broke my back. In 2001, after five years living as a paraplegic, I embarked on an extensive therapy program, called Advanced Bio-Mechanical Rehabilitation, under the guidance of the therapy’s creator Leonid Blyum and I have slowly but surely been making enormous progress in rebuilding the damaged structure of my body ever since.

My first post was ‘Internal Perception’, published in March 2011, and if you start there and read them chronologically, they tell the story of my quest for health, but feel free to dip into any post which catches your eye.

After all these years I continue to make extraordinary progress showing the value of ABR Therapy in improving the quality of life for paraplegics. I still haven’t ruled out the possibility of a full recovery.

This blog is part of my website in which I talk of the true nature of paraplegia and the opportunities for rehabilitation through addressing the bio-mechanical structure of the body.


One comment

  1. Congratulations Steve.
    Really pleased to have seen your film, Spinalroots, premiered at Byline and Curious Arts Festival.
    An absolutely inspiring and uplifting tale.
    As you say, quite miraculous what you personally and ABR therapy have achieved.
    Here’s to your own personal continued success and to future success in telling more people about ABR therapy via your film.
    All the very best

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