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alterG anti-gravity treadmill

The AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill allows individuals to exercise with reduced body weight, creating a safe and controlled environment for pain-free movement, improved rehabilitation, and a faster return to activity. This innovative technology helps individuals of all fitness levels experience the benefits of exercise with less impact on their joints and muscles.

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More about the alterG anti-gravity treadmill

Exclusive to the Spring Lake Cove Street location, the AlterG is an anti-gravity treadmill that utilizes NASA Differential Air Pressure technology. The AlterG uses “unweighting” to decrease the percentage of body weight that has to be supported.

This enables the body to move from low to high function. Patients of any age or fitness level can unweight themselves to exercise with decreased impact and to move better and farther than before.

Defy Gravity

Brooke is amazing! I was very nervous starting and Brooke has made me so comfortable and is just wonderful.

Stefanie C.
Rating: 5

Colin is awesome, very much appreciate his approach and kindness!

Daniel S.
Rating: 5

Gina clearly explains how to do the exercises she wants me to do and why they will strengthen my knee. I look forward to continuing my therapy appointments and would highly recommend i’move.

Joni D.
Rating: 5

Niko is fantastic!

Joseph S.

I had a wonderful experience with Dave and Jessica after rotator cuff and bicep tendon repair. They were knowledgeable, kind, helpful, reassuring and made my harder than I thought experience quite manageable. I have to say I will miss them! So thankful for i’move and what they have done for me!

Jamie M.
Rating: 5

They do an awesome job of evaluating and putting a plan together for a positive recovery.

Randall P.
Rating: 5

Every employee is 100% invested in their patients!!

Steve M.
Rating: 5
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