Welcome to Justin's webpage. On September 27, 2003 Justin was doing what he loves best, playing football. Two and a half minutes before the half, UW-Eau Claire had just scored their second touchdown. Justin was charging down the field on the kick off and made helmet contact with another player. Unfortunately, Justin was critically injured on this play. He was transported to River Falls Hospital by ambulance and then air lifted to St. Paul Regions Hospital. Justin was diagnosed with a blood clot on his brain. He immediately underwent surgery to remove the clot and stop the bleeding.
In response to many inquires into how one can donate to Justin's Recovery Fund, the following address is being provided.
Justin Greenwood Recovery Fund
Royal Credit Union
P.O. Box 970
Eau Claire, WI 54702
Thursday, October 15, 2015 6:47 PM CDT
Hello everyone I hope your summer has been full of new experiences and quality time spent with the people who mean the most to you. Everything on my end has been great. I've mentioned in past updates that I have been working out with a trainer for the past year and a half. My trainer is a very physically fit person and he has told me in the past that he rock climbs and that he would take me with him some time. Well last weekend in conquered the very intense feat. Put it this way it's not just climbing up a wall. I had to learn different ways to grip that wounded strain and deplete my energy, body control, and weight distribution. I LOVED the challenge and it was very rewarding to conquer the challenge. I love doing things that force me out my concert zone. If you continue to do that growth is inevitable. I also went and spoke to another Lions club yesterday and it went very well. I love speaking to different clubs about the Bind Outdoor Leisure Development program and what does for people like me. It's always so rewarding to be able to say thank you. Now that I'm a lions member I see where it all comes from. Everyone just continue to give everything you have into everything you do and enjoy the beautiful colors of Fall. Justo
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