Did You Miss Our Last Webinar? How Anti-Gravity Technology Can Help Anyone

AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill

If there is one belief that we are deeply committed to, it is the ability of anti-gravity technology to change lives. We’ve seen the impact it can make on people young and old, physically fit or suffering from a debilitating injury. Professional athletes. Stroke survivors. People approaching middle age.

It’s this core belief that motivates much of what we do here at AlterG. Our Clinical Specialist and Physical Therapist, Jacon Chun, has years of experience training and rehabbing patients using AlterG anti-gravity technologies, as well as other clinical tools.

You can listen to him on one of our most recent webinars—How Anti-Gravity Technology Can Help Anyone—to discover how our family of treadmills can help meet a wide variety of therapeutic goals. You’ll learn about the technology and clinical applications that allow patients to recover, improve, and achieve.

3 Key Takeaways From the Webinar:

  • What is Differential Air Pressure (DAP) technology? A closer look at the NASA- developed technology that the entire line of AlterG products is based on, specifically how it reduces body-weight and “ground reaction” forces.
  • Applications for neurological rehab – Jacon discusses the various neurological conditions for which anti-gravity technology can be deployed, like Alzheimer’s, dementia, and Parkinson’s.
  • How marathoners train for longer runs — During the Q & A session, Jacon covers the ways, for example, marathon runners use the AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill™ to get the long-term effects of training with less of the body-weight impact. While you’re at it, check out our blog on how Amber Fatone used the AlterG to conquer the New York Marathon.

Watch the webinar in full here:

Until our next webinar, here’s a closer look at what running, injury rehab, and conditioning look like on the AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill. You’ll hear from a Parkinson’s patient walking safely, an overweight patient enjoying running for the first time, a triathlete recovering from injury, and an injured police officer returning to work.

Thanks for watching! Be sure to stay tuned to our Webinars page for all our upcoming webinars.