AlterG Welcomes Advisory Board Members

AlterG is honored to announce the formation of its advisory board, consisting of leaders in the fields of medicine, physical therapy, and scientific research. These professionals will help AlterG discover how its innovative Anti-Gravity Treadmill™ can be applied in the medical, rehabilitation, sports performance, and research arenas. Continue reading “AlterG Welcomes Advisory Board Members”

Do You Tweet?

More and more these days the term “social networking” has become part of our vocabulary and way of life.  There are all sorts of various uses such as, communication with friends and family, promoting business, keeping track of news & events, and even keeping up to date with technology itself as it moves into the future at warp speed. Continue reading “Do You Tweet?”

New Journal Article Highlights Potential Benefits of Lower Body Positive Pressure In Orthopedic Rehabilitation

A journal article published in the June 2010 issue of the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation concluded that lower body positive pressure (LBPP) treadmill training devices could be highly effective for rehabilitation after orthopedic injuries and/or orthopedic procedures. Continue reading “New Journal Article Highlights Potential Benefits of Lower Body Positive Pressure In Orthopedic Rehabilitation”

Women Who Run | Cornstalks and Critters: Marathon Training in Kansas in July

“The sun flickered like a strobe light as it rose behind the cornstalks. I had no one to dance with, so I cranked my tunes and ran faster.” –  My Facebook Update, July 1, 2010

As week two of marathon training comes to a close, I’ve made a point to notice at least one thing I enjoy about each day’s run. Marathon training is hard work, but it should also be fun. This week I entertained myself with things I saw along the trail: Continue reading “Women Who Run | Cornstalks and Critters: Marathon Training in Kansas in July”

Good Research is Hard to Do…

As Chief Medical Officer at AlterG, a large part of my job is to help us organize and oversee the research efforts of our fantastic independent researchers.  We hear directly from some of our customers that high quality research is important to help give scientific validity to the excellent results they see in working with their own patients.  And we agree completely- properly conducted medical and biomechanical research is central to our mission as a medical device company. Continue reading “Good Research is Hard to Do…”