All of a sudden, anyone who is connected to a Brain Injury, their life becomes a little MoCrazy. A Brain Injury does shut some doors, but it also opens doors. This show will be talking to survivors, caregivers, therapists, anyone immediately involved with a Brain Injury to learn different ways to overcome this struggle and walk through new doors. Every single person who had a Brain Injury has new doors opened for them, take a leap of faith and walk through those doors.
When Naish Ulmer was growing up in Park City, he wanted — like many in the area — to become a professional skier. He had a crash in training for skiing and decided to put the ski dreams to rest. But that wasn’t the end of his competitive career. Naish went hard core into Mountain biking and built a career around it. During the time of his healing from his brain injury Naish became a big supporter of medical marijuana and the effects it had on his brain and recovery.
"I picked up mountain biking a long, long time ago, but I didn't take it seriously until I was a freshman in high school," Ulmer said. "After that, I was like, 'This is amazing.' It turned into a hobby and then it turned into a job."