Jose Reynoso served as an infantryman in the US Marine Corps from 2008 – 2012, returning to civilian life thereafter. But when he sustained a spinal cord injury in a motorcycle accident, his civilian insurance could only take him so far. That’s when the VA stepped in to bring him the benefits he’d earned – in his case, in the form of a biomedical exoskeleton that allowed him to ‘walk’ despite his paralysis.
Watch the video above to see how the VA services have lit a fire in Jose Reynoso and given him a new lease on life.
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