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S. S. Navy. ) In 1921, at the age of 39, Roosevelt was stricken with polio and lost the use of his legs. Determined to walk again, he began a rigorous regimen of physical therapy, especially swimming. Despite his hard work, he never fully recovered. Polio left him unable to walk on his own and he spent most of his time in a wheelchair. Much of the public never knew he was paralyzed, though, even after he became president. He avoided being photographed in his wheelchair in order to maintain an image of strength in an era when those with handicaps were seen as weak.
Determined to walk again, he began a rigorous regimen of physical therapy, especially swimming. Despite his hard work, he never fully recovered. Polio left him unable to walk on his own and he spent most of his time in a wheelchair. Much of the public never knew he was paralyzed, though, even after he became president. He avoided being photographed in his wheelchair in order to maintain an image of strength in an era when those with handicaps were seen as weak. His later compassion and understanding for the unfortunate may have been instilled in him during his struggle with polio.