Anti-Gravity Training Coming Soon!
We at the CBP Spine center never stop innovating! We are constantly looking for better and more effective ways to help our patients achieve their goals. Better health, better bodies, less pain and suffering, and optimal performance are common outcomes at the Spine Center.
Now, we are very excited to announce that we are bringing on more innovative technology! The Alter-G treadmill will be arriving soon. This is no ordinary treadmill! The treadmill is encapsulated by a very large pressure chamber that allows us to stabilize the patient at the waist and then variable degrees of anti-gravity can be enacted to enable a person to rehabilitate numerous conditions.
The anti-gravity treadmill will allow patients who cannot stand and walk to effectively perform gait training to get back on their feet. We can use it for recent surgical procedures such as hip and knee replacements, fracture recovery and spinal cord injuries. This tool has allowed others to return from career ending injuries to getting back on the court/field again. It can be use for the elderly and disabled to allow them to get upright and walking.
The technology comes from NASA scientists who have for years attempted to make increased gravity environments for space travelers to maintain muscle and bone mass. Now we can do the opposite down here on earth and remove gravity pressure to help patients achieve the best rehabilitation has to offer.
Whether you are looking to run faster or longer, trying to get back on your feet from an injury, looking to recovery from a recent surgery or amputation, or just trying to exercise in a pain-free state, we can help! If you or someone you know is suffering and needs assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We will provide a complimentary consultation to determine if you are a candidate for the Alter G anti-gravity treadmill or any of the other amazing and cutting-edge tools we have at our disposal to get people back to health. We truly are your community resource for optimal health and healing!
Dr. Jason W. Haas