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Access Physical Therapy is currently the only facility that offers access to the AlterG® Treadmill and its amazing benefits. The AlterG® can be incorporated into your physician-referred treatment plan, or available for individual use for a low cost.

Don't continue to suffer in silence

The overall incidence of dizziness, vertigo, and imbalance is 5-10%, and it reaches 40% in patients older than 40 years. The incidence of falling is 25% in subjects older than 65 years.  Medscape-

Beyond your limits.

Access Physical Therapy, LLC is the only location that offers the AlterG Treadmill in the Sumter area

AlterG - Anti Gravity Treadmill

AlterG® develops trusted, leading-edge rehab and training equipment using NASA Differential Air Pressure technology. Our Anti-Gravity Treadmill™ technology empowers people to move in new ways and without pain – to recover mobility, improve wellness, and enhance physical performance. In fact, AlterG can be found in over 4000 facilities around the world and has helped millions to safely and consistently reach their goals and achieve better outcomes.

How it works

  • ​Gently unweight your body from 100% to as low as 20% of body weight in precise 1% increments for low-impact, pain-free movement.
  • Unique technology allows for normal gait and balance unlike hydrotherapy or harnesses – for superior weight-supported walking, running, and closed kinetic-chain exercise.
  • Encourage movement and motor learning, improve range of motion.
  • Improve patient engagement and increase the likelihood of continued therapy.​
  • Reduces the barrier to exercise for de-conditioned, anxious, or high fall-risk seniors.
  • Enables gradual progression of training to set you up for long-term fitness success.
  • Provides support in a controlled setting for static and dynamic standing practice.
  • Limit downtime by training through injuries and enabling a return to sport in better condition.
  • Enables earlier post-surgery training.
  • Increase training volume while minimizing stress-related injury.
  • Encourage range of motion, shown to improve outcomes