Runners, Walkers, Seniors, Recovering Athletes...
Imagine if you could change what’s possible in rehab and training.
Imagine if you could alter the forces of gravity—precisely, consistently, and safely.
Imagine if you had the power to recover sooner and work out smarter.
Imagine if you could walk on air.
Imagine if you had the freedom to run again, to exercise with less impact, to move naturally, pain-free, and without the fear of falling.
Imagine if you could defy limits and be your best you.
The AlterG® zero gravity treadmill lets you do just that. Defy Gravity. Defy Limits.
Defy Gravity. Defy Limits.
Scott Wagner Integrated Medicine offers two AlterG® zero gravity treadmills to patients and athletes in Charlottesville and surrounding areas.
Patients use the AlterG® treadmill for:
- Improved running performance
- Recovery from injury and surgery
- Weight loss
- Injury prevention
- Training and rehabilitation
- Improved balance and stability
Ask us about the Wagner Wellness Plan: AlterG®, AllCore360º, and two adjustments per month for one monthly price.
I'm Dr. Scott Wagner,
and I’m offering all new patients a great deal on your first consultation for the AlterG® zero gravity treadmill. Make your appointment now for just $20, and get xRays, exam and a doctor’s report of our findings. No referral needed.
Call us at (434) 978-4888 or click here to contact us.
What People are Saying:
Greatest invention ever! It helped me run for the first time in almost a year. You couldn’t wipe the smile off my face the first time I ran in it. Love it, love it, love it.
I began training on the AlterG® the same day I was diagnosed with a stress fracture. Eight weeks later, I took second in the 20K at New Haven. Just amazing. No way I could have done that without AlterG®!
I’ve suffered my whole life with congenital hip dysplasia. Typically I can’t walk more than a couple of blocks without intense pain. And I ran a mile today, for the first time in my life. Thank you!
The AlterG® took the fear out of returning to training. It enabled me to begin running six weeks before my doctor cleared me to run on the ground and allowed me to incrementally transition back to full training.”
Olympic Distance Runner