In July, 2010, after suffering a motocross accident in Brazil, his natal Country, Ricardo Costa was left T5/T6 paraplegic, and since then has sought out many clinics, both in South America and the United States, in search of differentiated, intensive treatments. He always believed that he could recover his mobility and improve his physical condition, leading to improved overall health.
This was how Ricardo discovered Acreditando (Believing), one of the largest private neuromotor recovery centers in South America, which uses a methodology based on recent research into new neuroplasticity approaches and concepts that help us to continually learn through the remapping of the connections of our nerve cells.
Together with his practical experience and knowledge of other methodologies used in the leading centers in the USA, Ricardo, through Believing, is bringing to Tampa this expertise, which uses physical exercise in building on scientifically proven techniques, to meet the needs and abilities of each individual client in searching for a better quality of life and greater independence.
Believing works with highly qualified professionals with extensive experience both in the USA and other countries in offering the latest research, up to date methodologies and outstanding personal service to all those who suffer from spinal cord injuries and/or other neurological injuries, and who are seeking differentiated and specific therapy to help recover from motor deficiency.