08 July 2020
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The AlterG Antigravity Treadmill was developed with NASA technology for lower extremity rehabilitation and effective athletic conditioning at partial weight bearing.
The device is used for precise partial weight bearing exercise ideal for:
The AlterG uses innovative Differential Air Pressure (DAP) technology to reduce the user’s body weight by as much as 80% in 1% increments. Speed and incline adjustments can also be just like a standard treadmill.
The AlterG gives the user the opportunity to rehab from surgery or train through injury with minimal/no pain. The technology reduces the impact of walking or running while the body goes through the normal healing process.
To book an appointment or for more information, contact our Physiotherapy and sports injuries department.Make an enquiry
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