Gravity Differential Technology Developer Adding Industry Advisors and
MENLO PARK, Calif., Sept. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Alter-G, Inc., developers of the G-Trainer anti-gravity treadmill, today announced advisor relationships with world-renowned industry experts and an expanded partnership with Woodway, a standards-setting treadmill manufacturer.
Alter-G's anti-gravity treadmill, the G-Trainer, enables users to reduce their effective body weight during exercise and has caught the interest of industry experts, including:
-- Amol Saxena, M.D., Doctor of Podiatric Medicine, Palo Alto Medical
Foundation's Sports Medicine
-- James Stray-Gundersen, M.D., Director of Performance Enhancement, The
-- Marc Guillet, Head of Physical Therapy, Palo Alto Medical Foundation
and Founder, Agile Physical Therapy
-- Eric Waters, Head Trainer, Washington Wizards
Dr. Saxena has treated dozens of Olympians (including gold medal winners) and Olympic Trials qualifiers, numerous professional athletes, and many top high school athletes. "The G-Trainer is a valuable tool for my patients to maintain their competitive edge and conditioning during injury recovery and rehabilitation," said Dr. Saxena. "From weekend warriors to world-class athletes, Alter-G can really make a difference."
Dr. Stray-Gundersen has a long history of working with world-class athletic teams, including Olympians and top running organizations such as Nike's Oregon Project. "The G-Trainer represents a significant opportunity to advance the study of body mechanics and physiotherapy protocols," said Dr. Stray-Gundersen.
"The G-Trainer is the first truly significant and revolutionary product
to come along in years," said Guillet. "It ensures maximum conditioning
benefits and easily transitions our post-operative and post-injury clients
to full function." Guillet specializes in wor
|SOURCE Alter-G, Inc.|
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