<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none;" alt="" src="https://ct.pinterest.com/v3/?event=init&amp;tid=2613151364092&amp;pd[em]=<hashed_email_address>&amp;noscript=1">
Desserts Cheesecake

Desserts

Gluten-Free Pizza

Gluten-Free

Spicy-Cajun-CantCauliChiken-4-1

Ⓥ Recipes

vegan tacos with fresh toppings quinoa avocado tomato-1

Alternatives

Quick Fixes Recipes

Quick Fixes

Jalapeño Poppers Appetizers

Appetizers

Jeffrey A. Morse

Find me on:
Finding Forward Charting Your Journey to Recovery Jeffrey A. Morse has traveled the world, visited exotic locations, been a sports diver, and had successful careers in both the military and commercial aviation, when one day, an emergency room doctor told him he had both a brain aneurysm and a dissected artery. Surgery was the only option, and his chances of survival were less than 25 percent. At age forty-nine, during that surgery, he suffered a spinal cord stroke that left him paralyzed. After being told that he would more than likely never walk again, Jeffrey made a vow that he would walk out of the hospital. Six weeks later, he did just that. His journey has led him to alternative therapies, a healthy lifestyle, and a proactive versus reactive approach to his recovery. It has taken him from that hospital bed to France, and to Nepal, where he paraglided off the top of a mountain and fed a vulture in flight. It has also led him to a new career as an author and motivational speaker. Jeffrey believes you can overcome any obstacle by taking control of your recovery. Don’t let “I can’t” rule your vocabulary. There are always other options, and you can start a new road and a new life.
18341899_10211578917847005_4243700583562262832_n-e1522650642890

How Often Do You Thank Your Therapists?

I am an airline pilot instructor for an international cargo airline. Six years ago, I was paralyzed from the neck down during brain surgery to repair...

15326472_10210124469806713_9218932587393248239_n-865x649

Overcoming Paralysis: Did You Do Your Therapy Homework?

How many times has a therapist given you homework exercises you promised to do with all the best intentions and in moderation until your next...

18423760_10211579121772103_7506550771790616607_n-e1522648311576

Finding Forward: Healing from Paralysis and Walking Again

Have you ever given thought to the challenge of a staircase you’re about to climb? Sure you have, and it may have even begun with, “Am I there yet?”...

Picture1

Finding Forward: Challenge Your Comfort Zone

I’m writing this column for you if you are dealing with challenges and mixed messages from various health-care professionals. I’ve spent the last...

More recent articles

Kick inflammation to the curb once and for all!

Did you know certain foods can cause increased bodily inflammation? Nourish your body with kinder and cleaner non-processed foods such as dark leafy greens, superfoods, fruits, root vegetables, nuts, seeds, grains, and healthy oils.

Get your guide

More than 100+ people have downloaded this FREE GUIDE

  • Share

Sign up for our newsletter