"The AlterG will be the gold standard for
Sports and Medical rehabilitation and
should be in every club and Hospital."
John Miles,
England Rugby League & London Broncos Head Physiotherapist
AlterG® ANTI-GRAVITY TREADMILL® M/F320AlterG® ANTI-GRAVITY TREADMILL®Cutting-Edge No Gravity Treadmill for Military Physical Therapy Facilities

AlterG Europe Ltd, is pioneering a market using innovative technologies to sustain a healthy and active life. We are reinventing rehabilitation by advancing recovery from injury, surgery or disability and enhancing performance as well as reducing the frequency of injury in athletics and sports.

ALTERG CLINICAL EVIDENCE

AlterG’s clinical goal is to establish scientific evidence that our unique technology improves rehabilitation and training outcomes in a measurable and significant way. The foundation for the technology has been laid and published in peer reviewed journals: AlterG’s unweighting technology reduces impact and stress on the body (ground reaction force) proportional to the amount of unweighting selected, while simultaneously natural gait mechanics and muscle firing patterns are preserved. No other unweighting modality can make this claim.

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ALTERG IN THE NEWS

Claire Bennett Team GB Fencer talks about Balance Performance Physiotherapy.
Claire Bennett Team GB Fencer talks about Balance Performance Physiotherapy. Her experiences of working with the team and using the G Trainer to maximize her rehab.
Run Britain article by Dr Lucy Goldby
Run Britain article by Dr Lucy Goldby on the Alter-G Anti-Gravity Treadmill
London Broncos - Alter G - Featuring Craig Gower and John Miles
London Broncos Head Physio, John Miles talks us through the Alter G, Anti Gravity Treadmill with the help of new signing Craig Gower.
Dion Harrison at the Triathlon show
Dion Harrison, 2008 amateur long distance World Triathlon Champion, literally ‘ran on air’ at the Triathlon Show
John Laverty set for comeback using the AlterG
Laverty benefited from using a NASA designed rehabilitation treadmill, which was being tested at the Belfast hospitalTreadmill.
Royal Victoria Hospital Belfast NHS, AlterG on the BBC
Belfast’s Royal Victoria Hospital has been chosen to trial a NASA-designed treadmill which dramatically speeds up recovery for people with fractures.