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Pediatric rehab.

alterG P200 Anti-gravity treadmill

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Pediatric Physical Therapy Treadmill

The Freedom to Play

In pediatric physical therapy and rehabilitation, the AlterG® Anti-Gravity Treadmill® offers innovative NASA-patented unweighting technology that is both effective and fun. The Anti-Gravity Treadmill:

  • Enables children to perform physical activities they previously couldn’t
  • Keeps kids motivated and engaged by making therapy fun and letting them "walk on the moon!”
  • Helps children with injuries or developmental disorders train their legs to walk or even run
  • Allows for neuromuscular re-education in a fall safe environment
  • Helps children get mobile again, with little to no pain which may help improve their overall quality of life

For Kids’ Sake

AlterG’s Anti-Gravity Treadmill brings a fun, versatile and effective tool to pediatric physical therapy and rehabilitation. It can be used in therapy for children with Spina Bifida, Cerebral Palsy, Muscular Dystrophy, Movement and Gait Dysfunction, Brain Injuries, Post-surgical Rehab and more.

Pediatric Rehab on a Different Level

Pediatric physical therapists are rapidly discovering the value that the AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill adds to their rehabilitation programs. This revolutionary pediatric treadmill provides therapists with a way to keep their patients motivated and excited about therapy. The safe, comfortable, and controlled body weight support system allows pediatric rehabilitation patients to work on:

  • Endurance - improve cardiovascular health
  • Strength - increase muscle strength and coordination
  • Training - correct lower-limb gait dysfunction
  • Range of Motion - keep the body flexible and maintain good joint health
  • Balance - reduce the likelihood of falls by training in a controlled environment

Beyond Baby Steps

The AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill makes pediatric physical therapy fun and engaging to help children recover the strength and mobility they need to get back to the fun of being a kid.