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Exercisers, Aerobic, Treadmill, Patient-Lifting

Definition : Treadmill exercisers designed to reduce the effect of gravity by using a pressurized-air controlled chamber that lifts the user. These exercisers typically consist of a continuous tread and an electric motor, a pressurized-air controlled chamber that can reduce the patient's weight (e.g., in a range from 20% to 100%), controls for the tread (i.e., belt) speed and slope, and a display that shows equipment characteristics and training information (e.g., speed, time, slope ([i.e., elevation]), energy consumption, percentage of weight reduction). Patient air lifting treadmills are used in healthcare facilities and clinics for training and/or rehabilitation; especially after lower extremity injuries, neurological diseases, and/or for exercising aging people.

Entry Terms : "Anti-Gravity Treadmills" , "Patient-Lifting Treadmills" , "Pressurized-Air Lifting Treadmills" , "Treadmills, Air-Lifting" , "Weight-Load Reduction Treadmills"

UMDC code : 26660

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AlterG

Company Type: Parent

AlterG, Inc. 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. Our patented differential air pressure technology was originally developed at NASA and offers precise unweighting benefits.

Innoventor Inc

Company Type: Parent

Motion Fitness LLC

Company Type: Parent

Pneumex Inc

Company Type: Parent

Pneumex has been designing bio-mechanical solutions for the rehabilitation, medical and sports performance industries for 25 years

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