New Spin on Wheelchair Dancing

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In this video from the Huffington Post’s Facebook page, we get to meet dancer Chelsie Hill. Paralyzed in a major car accident, Hill is dancing again — on four wheels.

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Chelsie says that her true post accident physical therapy came when she began to dance again. From her wheelchair, Chelsie formed her own dance company and, with choreographer G. Madison’s assistance, she is now helping others in wheelchairs dance to their heart’s content. “Dance doesn’t see disability,” she says.

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