AlterG Treadmill at Bend Physical Therapy

AlterG3Thanks to its precise unweighting technology, the AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill allows you to push your physical therapy rehabilitation and training further than ever before.

You can:

  • Reduce gravity’s impact by selecting any weight between 20% and 100% of your body weight by 1% increments
  • Rehabilitate lower extremity injuries with less pain and less impact
  • Improve mobility, strength and safety for those with neurological conditions
  • Provide a safe way to lose weight and exercise more intensively while unweighted
  • Train without pain and reduce the stress to joints and muscles
  • Recover effectively and with less pain after training or competition

Find Your Form

The innovative AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill is FDA cleared to safely provide a functional rehabilitation tool for patients or athletes dealing with lower body injuries, chronic pain or neurological conditions that inhibit mobility. The Anti-Gravity Treadmill helps a broad spectrum of people – top level athletes, orthopedic and neurologic patients, pediatric, geriatric and those looking to lose weight – to achieve their personal health, wellness or performance goals.

The AlterG Difference

With its unique unweighting capabilities, the Anti-Gravity Treadmill allows you and your physical therapist to move your rehabilitation and training forward by:

  • Allowing you to walk or run with no pain while maintaining a normal gait
  • Reducing stress on joints and injured areas of your lower body
  • Giving you the confidence and ability to run or walk longer and recover faster with less pain

AlterG Appointment Times

Contact our clinic to schedule an appointment on our AlterG treadmill.

AlterG In the News

Triathlete Magazine recently published an article about the Alter G and the professional athletes who have used it as a recovery tool, as well as a part of their regular training regimens, including low-intensity interval training, overspeed training, and hill training.

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