OUR STORIES

Wounded by War, but Never Broken.

Meet Special Forces Green Beret, and TB12 Foundation Client Kevin Flike. Kevin was a Green Beret in the United States Army for seven years. On September 25, 2011, during his second deployment to Afghanistan, he was shot in the stomach and suffered several injuries, requiring multiple surgeries. He was left with a fractured hip, paralyzed left leg, and was medically retired due to his injuries.

 

KEVIN’S STORY

“It Can Be Done”

Just 6 months after a devastating climbing accident left him with a broken tibia, dislocated shoulder, and later, a fractured heel bone, TB12 Foundation Client Mike Chambers faces his toughest challenge: the Tahoe 200 Endurance Run, a 100 hour, 205.5-mile event around the Tahoe Rim Trail.

 

MIKE’S STORY

APPLICATION PROCESS

The TB12 Foundation is focused on serving young American athletes who would not ordinarily be able to afford high-quality post-injury rehabilitation and/or performance enhancement services, of the kind provided by TB12 body coaches at the TB12 Center in Foxboro, Massachusetts.

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