The Anti-Gravity Treadmill Helps Patients Reach Their Goals

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Watch four patients reach their rehab goals by using the Anti-Gravity Treadmill.  See how a Parkinson’s patient, an injured triathlete, a rehabbing police officer, and an overweight patient all use the Anti-Gravity Treadmill to achieve success in rehabilitation.

Dan Ross, a triathlete who hyper-extended his big toe while racing, was unable to walk without pain for months until he tried the Anti-Gravity Treadmill. A "break through” in his recovery, it allowed Ross to rehabilitate while maintaining his normal gait pattern. He made a full recovery and plans to compete in Ironman Texas. 

Parkinson’s patient Page Sanders was told by her neurologist to work on her balance in order to maintain mobility after her diagnosis. Since using the Anti-Gravity Treadmill in her rehab routine, Sanders can walk safely within the chamber without worrying about balance. 

Police officer Tyler Layfield was in pursuit of a robbery when he was run over by a vehicle. After sustaining severe injuries to his right ankle, Layfield’s doctor said that there was a slim chance that he would return to 100 percent, but after incorporating the Anti-Gravity Treadmill into his rehab Layfield made a full recovery and returned to his job. 

College professor Kathleen Duncan never ran a step in her life until she used the Anti-Gravity Treadmill to begin losing weight. Since using the Anti-Gravity Treadmill to strengthen her lower extremities, Duncan has a newfound confidence that has led her to literally climb mountains.