For paralyzed Nashua woman, road to recovery could lead to Thailand

Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Daniele Crutcher, right, the lead recovery specialist at Project Walk in Stratham, takes Alexandria Teixeira through a workout designed to strengthen her core, torso, arms and shoulders. Recovery specialist Melissa McGovern assists at left.
Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Alexandria Teixeira concentrates on a core-strengthening exercise as Daniele Crutcher, the lead recovery specialist at Project Walk in Stratham, keeps her steady.
Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Alexandria Teixeira's physical therapy sessions at Project Walk in Stratham can be as strenuous for her therapist, Daniele Crutcher, right, as they are for Teixeira, the 23-year-old Nashua mom who has been working to regain her mobility since shortly after she was paralyzed in a December 2014 car crash. The extra pair of hands belong to recovery therapist Melissa McGovern, who kept Teixeira steady as she worked.

Six grand is a nice chunk of change for the vast majority of us work-a-day souls. But if your goal is to grow it to $125,000, it suddenly seems like a drop in the proverbial bucket.

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