Welcome to the No Limits Spinal Cord Injury Recovery Foundation.
Every 48 seconds, someone becomes paralyzed in the United States. Approximately 17,700 people are newly spinal cord injured each year. For those who survive, the effects of quadriplegia, and paraplegia, can cause long term health problems. Families face trauma and shock as they come to understand the nuances of their new lives. This is where the No Limits Spinal Cord Injury Recovery Foundation has begun working in the Greater Cincinnati, NKY Region. Our vision is the rehabilitation and recovery of ability, exceeding the assumed physical limitations of an (SCI). We are dedicated to expanding opportunities with funding, to improve the quality of life in those youth, and young adults, post paralysis.
The spirit of giving is alive in NKY! The No Limits SCI Recovery Foundation donates an IPad Pro.
Elliot Feltner returns to San Diego for his Phase One Stem Cell Study three year check ups at UCSD.
Local Abby Marsh and two friends sent by No Limits SCI Recovery Foundation to Utah for the trip of a lifetime!
7th Annual No Limits Golf Outing and Bengals Football Watch Party on October the 1st!
Craig is an accomplished CFO and entrepreneur who has spent most of his career working in small business. His experience spans multigenerational, family-owned businesses and private-equity owned businesses, as well as small business ownership, ranging from manufacturing, retail and services.
Stefanie Feltner is a founder of the No Limits Spinal Cord Injury Recovery Foundation. Craig and Stefanie's mission is to share their experience and resources to assist other families beginning the long and difficult battle in recovering from a SCI. Stefanie is the Activities Director at the Victorian at Riverside, a Covington personal care home. Stefanie accompanied Elliot to Craig Rehabilitation Hospital in Denver. She further connected with the SCI community while living in San Diego during Elliot's participation in a phase one stem cell research study at UCSD, and acts as the No Limits organizations social media/marketing contact.
Greg is honored to serve on the Board for No Limits Spinal Cord Recovery Foundation. Inspired by Elliot Feltner's determination, strength and dedication during his continuing recovery process, it was an easy decision when asked to join the Board to help build this very impactful organization. Greg has been very active in his community, having held such positions as President of the Park Hills Civic Association, City Councilman, President of the Board of the Covington Community Center, and Development Committee Member for the St. Charles Care Center. He stays active coaching youth sports and serving as the Public Address Announcer at Notre Dame Academy soccer and basketball games.
David is a Northern Kentucky native where he resides with his wife Maria and 3 college age children. David is active within the community giving back whenever possible. Most notably, he has served on the Board of Directors for The Family Nurturing Center, St Agnes Athletic Boosters, Covington Catholic Booster President, and Elliot Feltner - No Limits for Spinal Cord Injuries
Dr. Elizabeth Woolford has been practicing integrative medicine at AIM since our founding in 1999. She is board certified in family medicine, trained in functional medicine, and began furthering her education in prolotherapy and neural prolotherapy in 2010. In addition to treating patients, Dr. Woolford serves as AIM's director of education – teaching integrative medicine fellows the principles of functional medicine and medical acupuncture, as well as precepting their patients.
Family friend, Valerie stepped up when Elliot was injured. Taking on the role of Fundraising Committee Chair. Valerie works to coordinate with volunteers, forming a cohesive backbone to the organization during event planning. She is a group fitness instructor and a licensed Life and Health Producer for her families Covington firm. In the past she has served as a board member of the Mental Health Association of Northern KY.
Evan has been one of Elliot's friends for nearly 18 years and was one of his college roommates. Now, he works as a copywriter for an advertising agency in Cincinnati and helps out in the nonprofit sector as a coach for the Northern Kentucky Clippers.