Warrington Wolves use new Alter-G Treadmill

Professional Rugby Super League team Warrington Wolves players David Solomona who plays in second row, Chris Bridge who is the centre/half-back/loose forward and Michael Monaghan who is the half-back/hooker came to Spire Liverpool Hospital to try out the new state of the art Alter-G treadmill.  

Alter-G is an advanced anti-gravity treadmill that lowers a person's body weight to reduce impact on their lower body. It is used by many elite sporting teams and orthopaedic surgeons to help speed up recovery from injury and surgery. The rugby players have been using the treadmill for increased recovery and conditioning.

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