Anti-Gravity Treadmill

Available for your benefit at Wasatch Health Solutions!


Changing the way the world rehabs & trains.

Real running – very low impact.

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489 Parkland Dr. (8830 So.) Sandy

AlterG – The Gamechanger

Alberto Salazar talks about the AlterG Treadmill and Training Athletes

Rehab and recovery made much easier.

The AlterG® Anti-Gravity Treadmill® is revolutionizing fitness by allowing you to run or walk with reduced impact. Through patented NASA technology, the Anti-Gravity Treadmill provides up to 80% body weight support to reduce the stress and strain on your body. the benefits of controlling gravity and reducing your body weight while you walk or run allow you to:

  • Run without discomfort or pain
  • Burn more calories by going further or faster than you normally can
  • Train through injuries
  • Feel the joy of running without the impact on your joints
  • Allows you to rehabilitate with less pain while reducing the risk of further injury, which may enable you to heal faster.
  • Allows a precise way to track progress, keeping you engaged and motivated during rehab.
  • The most advanced technology available.
  • Acts as both a rehab device and wellness tool that gets patients excited to continue using it for training beyond short term rehab.

Click blue button below to schedule your appointment at our Sandy location

489 Parkland Dr. (8830 So.) Sandy

The peak of performance for sports injury recover and training.

For injured athletes, it isn’t enough to just get back on their feet. The goal is to get back to their pre-injury peak condition. Incorporating an AlterG® Anti-Gravity Treadmill® into an existing sports injury rehabilitation program will help your athletes:

  • Gain the confidence to push themselves harder during the recovery process, and see specific and quantifiable gains as they progress.
  • Maintain and develop cardiovascular conditioning without stressing injured areas
  • Train with their natural gait, and avoid developing compensatory habits
  • Achieve higher level training sooner than otherwise possible
  • Reduce the risk of re-injury after returning to the field, court, or track