Support the PEAK Center at Craig
At the forefront of innovation and technology to help individuals with neurological disorders
The PEAK (Performance, Exercise, Attitude and Knowledge) Center at Craig is an adaptive health and wellness center serving individuals with neurologic disorders such as spinal cord injury, brain injury, stroke, multiple Sclerosis and Parkinsons to optimize their recovery and to create a lifelong plan for their health and wellness.
The PEAK Center at Craig offers adaptive equipment, group classes and personal training.
“I find the PEAK Center at Craig inspirational. After a few months I saw improvement in my strength and endurance to help with transfers and personal independence. The staff works with me to try new things like Bioness, Ekso Legs, and the Lokomat. I want to feel useful, positive and good. As part of the PEAK Center family, my life has been better. There’s no place like it.”Ben Hernandez, C5-6 Injury
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The PEAK Center at Craig was launched through generous grants from the Craig H. Neilsen Foundation, Daniels Fund, Jay and Rose Phillips Family Foundation and Jackson Roddy Family. The program partially operates on membership fees and insurance reimbursements. Gifts to the program cover operating costs, new equipment, replacement equipment and scholarships.