J.D. Mathis isn’t wild about change.
The rice broker still writes business orders longhand. And he relies on old-fashioned flip phones to reach his customers.
So what would possess him to abruptly leave the familiarity of his Cleveland home and move 130 miles away?
Because he felt his future depended on it. After a paralyzing car accident, Mathis wanted the best chance to walk again. And that desire led him to Methodist Outpatient Therapy in Flowood, a division of Methodist Rehabilitation Center in Jackson.