We first bumped into the AlterG antigravity treadmill in February of 2008 and had the luxury of actually reviewing the unit. Running in antigravity is pretty amazing and has massive potential for rehabilitation of knee, hip, and ankle injuries/surgeries.
The only bad part about the AlterG antigravity treadmill was the cost (the P200 series was around $75,000). AlterG has addressed the cost issue and has come out with a less expensive (around $25,000) antigravity treadmill, the M300 series.
FDA cleared and built on NASA technology, AlterG is changing the way people recover and athletes train. Our unique technology allows you to run or walk at a fraction of your body weight, so you can dial in exactly where the pain stops and movement feels good again. Leading medical professionals are using AlterG to help their patients recover better and have a smooth return to activity. Top athletes and teams are using AlterG to recover and train smarter, reducing the frequency of training injuries by minimizing stress on their joints, while still building fitness.