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A Revolution in Sports Rehabilitation and Athlete Training

The Peak of Performance

For injured athletes, it isn’t enough to just get back on their feet. The goal is to get back to their pre-injury peak condition. Incorporating an AlterG® Anti-Gravity Treadmill® into an existing sports injury rehabilitation program will help your athletes:

  • Gain the confidence to push themselves harder during the recovery process, and see specific and quantifiable gains as they progress.
  • Maintain and develop cardiovascular conditioning without stressing injured areas
  • Train with their natural gait, and avoid developing compensatory habits
  • Achieve higher level training sooner than otherwise possible
  • Reduce the risk of re-injury after returning to the field, court, or track

Expand the Roster

AlterG sports injury rehab treadmills are ideal for high-level athletes that want to regain, maintain and develop fitness during recovery from injury. From sports medicine clinics and athletic training facilities, to colleges and professional teams, the Anti-Gravity Treadmill gives athletes the advantage they need to get back in the game and progress to the next level.

A True Game Changer

AlterG’s F320 and M320 treadmills:

  • Allows PTs and Athletic Trainers to set recovery benchmarks for athletes to measure and motivate progress
  • Enables athletes to recover faster and with less pain
  • Helps athletes maintain cardiovascular fitness and strength while the injured area heals.
  • Allows recovering athletes to exercise with normal gait mechanics, minimizing the chance of compensatory problems later.
  • Gives PTs and Athletic Trainers the ability to easily monitor and adjust the athlete’s form, gait, etc.
  • Is fall safe and easy to use, reducing the need for athlete supervision in the training room
  • Lets athletes enjoy the rehabilitation process with the confidence that they will be back on the court, field, or track as quickly as possible.

The Finish Line

With the Anti-Gravity Treadmill, physical therapists and athletic trainers know they are providing their athletes with an innovated way to rehabilitate sports injuries faster and get back on the field, court, or track sooner.

Stride Smart:
Precision Unweighting + Gait Analytics

Now you can integrate gait and video analytics into therapy to identify asymmetry and gait deficiencies, and precisely dial-in the body weight support needed to enable pain-free, normalized gait. Achieving the optimal rehab program for your patient has never been easier.

The new Stride Smart system provides you with objective data and visual monitoring for both patients and clinicians. Now you’re able to optimize recovery after injury or surgery or help your athletes prevent injuries by using data.

Instant Feedback, Better Results with Video Monitoring

Show your patients what they can’t feel. Take advantage of our improved video system, now with recording capabilities. Show your patients their gait in real-time, or record clips, play back in slow motion, or save for your patients records.

Key Gait Metrics for Your Rehab Program

By adding objective data measurements to AlterG’s Anti-Gravity technology, you can now quantify the impact of varying body weight percentages on gait symmetry and cadence to help your patients achieve success. Stride Smart will measure:

  • Weight bearing symmetry
  • Cadence
  • Step length symmetry
  • Stance time symmetry
Stride Smart: The Next Generation of Anti-Gravity Technology

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See What People Are Saying About AlterG

The AlterG has become an integral component of rehabilitation for patients in our clinic with weight bearing restrictions, chondral injuries, and training of elite athletes with overuse injuries

Steve Stalzer, President, Howard Head Sports Medicine, Vail, CO

It’s the best sports medicine treadmill on the market, allowing patients to decrease impact on their joints and reducing pain without sacrificing normal walking or running mechanics. And it’s not just for recovery from injury. It can be used for advanced training by healthy runners, too.