Steps: Most of us go up or down them hundreds – if not thousands – of times a day with hardly a thought. Until we fall on them.

Shelly Kerchner fell down her front steps one day as a result of a seizure. Weeks later, all she could move were her eyes. A doctor told her she would never be able to use her hands again, but that was an opinion she refused to accept.

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