Jammin' for Jordan: benefit to help neuro-spinal implant patients

 A big benefit concert and dinner is taking place for a Valley man who is reportedly the first person to receive a neuro-spinal scaffold implant.

The device is for people who are paralyzed with severe spinal cord injuries.

Jordan Fallis was 26 when he was in a dirt bike accident and suffered a bad spinal cord injury.

The event will help Jordan and future patients with similar injuries with the medical costs and care.

The new scaffold device is helping Jordan make amazing progress in his effort to regain mobility.

"Jammin' for Jordan" happens at the Lakeside Bar and Grill from 3-9 p.m. at 99th Ave. and Happy Valley Parkway.
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