Peak True Stories: Baltimore’s Rebecca Schumer

Continuing with celebrating our users and their achievements with Peak, we spoke to Rebecca Schumer from Baltimore, who told us about her experience and how playing Peak helped her on the road to recovery after getting a concussion.

Read on to find out what she had to say…

Q&A  With Rebecca Schumer

1. Would you mind telling us a little bit about yourself Rebecca? 

I’m a 36 year old sports Physical Therapist working for MedStar in Baltimore, MD. I was a dual division one sport athlete at GW then earned my doctorate degree in PT from there as well. I’ve had many surgeries and concussions, and given I can’t compete anymore, I took up ultramarathon trail running.

2. How long have you been using Peak?

I used Peak consistently for about six months, now every once in a while.

3. Did you set out to use Peak for a particular reason?

I used peak to help improve my reaction time, and to sharpen my brain with memory and hand/eye coordination.

4. Has playing Peak helped you in any capacity and how?

Peak was extremely helpful for me when acutely dealing with my concussion. I was diligent about using the app daily and came to enjoy the games.

5. What do you like about this app?

The app is straightforward to use, there’s a wide variety of different games to target areas that may be challenging for the individual. I also appreciate the feedback with scores and the ability to increase in levels.

6. Is there anything you wish the app had or you think we could improve on?

I didn’t have any issues with it.

7. Do you have any message for the people behind the app?

Thank you for making it and helping me in my journey to recovery!

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