IS THE ALTERG ANTI-GRAVITY TREADMILL ONLY FOR ASTRONAUTS AND ELITE SPORTS?

IS THE ALTERG ANTI-GRAVITY TREADMILL ONLY FOR ASTRONAUTS AND ELITE SPORTS?

No, it’s for a huge range of patients who can benefit from partial weight bearing exercises including: Total Hip and Total Knee Replacements Menisectomy/Meniscus Repair ACL Reconstruction Achilles Arthritis (AO,RA) Stress Fractures Ankle Sprains And of course Neurological and other patients can also benefit: Parkinson’s Disease Stoke TBI Cerebral Palsy Multiple Sclerosis Obesity Diabetes Geriatric Strength and Conditioning AlterG’s unique and patented unweighted rehabilitation treadmill technology: Allows patients to move with less pain during physiotherapy sessions whilst reducing the risk…

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Shockwave Therapy

Shockwave Therapy

What is Shockwave Therapy? Extracorpeal Shockwave Therapy is a non- invasive modality used by Physiotherapists in combination with exercise prescription to return a tendon and/or muscle to normal function and activity. Shockwave Therapy is well known for its pain relief benefits. Shockwaves are characterized by jump change in pressure, high amplitude and non-periodicity. Through research, we now know that it has a role in returning a degenerative tendon into a reactive tendon. However, it also does have an analgesic effect. How…

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Stitches and Muscle Cramps

Stitches and Muscle Cramps

With the resumption of sporting activities and an increased number of people who have picked up running and other forms of exercise, it is quite likely that many people will suffer from stitches and muscle cramping while exercising What is a stitch? A sharp, stabbing pain usually felt in the mid- outside abdominal area. Even well-trained runners and athletes are not immune from this condition, although they tend to experience them less frequently. Preventing a stitch Nutrient Timing: Avoid eating…

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Update: Re-opening COVID-19 Notice

Update: Re-opening COVID-19 Notice

Patient are asked not to attend if they have any respiratory symptoms, a high temperature and/or are feeling unwell. The safety of our patients and our employees is our number one focus at this time, due to this we are implementing the following protocol and procedures. Appointment Protocols. Patient registration forms and COVID-19 screening will be carried out over the phone when booking prior to your appointment. The day before your appointment you will receive a text as a reminder…

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Chronic Ankle Instability

Chronic Ankle Instability

Following an ankle sprain only 70% of people struggle to return to their previous level of function. In many cases this is related to their development of a condition called chronic ankle instability (CAI). This condition has significant impact on well-being with approximately 85% of people diagnosed with chronic ankle instability also developing problems in the opposite leg. CAI is one of the related problems after an ankle sprain injury, specifically Lateral Ankle Sprains. CAI is defined as the continuation of the post-injury…

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