Kevin Clark was always a musician. The Berklee College of Music grad followed his dream to make music and arranging for orchestras until his cousin ended up paralyzed from the waist down following a motorcycle accident. His cousin quickly fell into depression.

After his doctor prescribed Clark’s cousin a few daily stretches, Clark thought incorporating music could help his cousin process and enjoy his physical therapy. Music therapy has prevailed as an evidence-based option to help motor function, communication capabilities, reduce pain, and other individualized goals when used under the guidance of a professional.

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