Defy Gravity at Specialized Physical Therapy . . .
with the AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill
This amazing machine makes movement possible for those who wouldn’t otherwise be able to walk (or run!) comfortably. Whether you are recovering from a lower extremity surgery or simply trying to maintain a training regimen, AlterG can help you stay on track (with less pain!). It is great for getting athletes, the elderly, as well as the obese individual back to walking or running. The AlterG has been clinically proven to reduce impact during exercise—its comfort and ease of use make it unique for training and rehab. Built on NASA technology, the AlterG’s patented air pressure system provides a safe, unweighted environment for walking and running.
AlterG users can take up to 80% of the load off their lower body, in precise 1% increments, encouraging motion without the pain. And it’s the only unweighting system that allows for normal walking patterns—normal muscle use patterns while exercising on a treadmill. AlterG allows the user to determine the point where movement becomes pain-free and enables your physical therapist to set a treatment baseline and track progress. AlterG is used worldwide and is rapidly becoming the standard of care for rehabilitation and training.
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FDA-Cleared for a Wide Range of Uses
Post-op patient use the AlterG to rehab from surgery with less pain and faster progression. Seniors use it for strengthening to help with deconditioning, fall prevention and combatting the diseases of aging. Overweight patients get to experience what it feels like to be at their target body weight and exercise with less impact/pain on their already overtaxed joints. From individuals trying to get fit to aspiring athletes to weekend warriors to elite runners, the AlterG is customizable based on your fitness level and a great way to save your joints. FDA-cleared uses of the AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill include:
Rehab following injury or surgery of the low extremity (hip, knee, ankle, foot).
Rehab after total joint replacement.
Gait training (work on walking) for patients with neurological diseases.
Strengthening and conditioning in older patients.
Weight control and reduction.
Sport specific conditioning programs.
Athletes Train Like Never Before
The world’s best athletes and sports teams consider the Anti-Gravity Treadmill an essential part of their athletic conditioning and rehabilitation programs. They choose the AlterG because it:
Enables injured athletes to maximize their fitness retention as they recover.
Strengthens and improves coordination of muscles, which in turn protects surrounding joints.
Promotes the full range of motion while minimizing stress.