Cayden Hoth was wheeled into Craig Hospital in a bed paralyzed from an automobile accident January 8, 2016. June 29, 2016 Cayden ran out the front doors of Craig Hospital a new man.
It’s been a rollercoaster ride from one extreme to the other. Cayden had a C5 and C6 spinal cord injury and couldn’t move his legs, had limited mobility in his arms, and little ability to use his hands and fingers. Now, he is starting to run. He had to relearn everything, but through that process he has learned that anything is possible.
When asked what Craig Hospital means to his mother, she responded, “It means people that care, that work hard, that help you recover. It’s inspirational. Motivating. Cutting edge. It’s opportunity. It’s a blessing. Craig Hospital is a family and now we are a part of that family. They really make you feel like it when you’re here.“
Cayden and his mother came from Kansas City to Denver to Craig Hospital. “You want the best for your child and family member and Craig is the best. There are amazing people here that specialize in this, that see it every single day, and know exactly what to do. It’s been an amazing experience. I would recommend it to anyone.”