ALTERG: Anti Gravity Treadmill

STATE OF THE ART REHABILITATION & PERFORMANCE TECHNOLOGY AlterG® Anti-Gravity Treadmill® use innovative Differential Air Pressure (DAP) technology that enables unprecedented partial weight bearing therapy and training capabilities. A pressurized “anti-gravity” chamber counteracts gravitational forces, gently adjusting body weight from 100% down to as low as 20% with unparalleled precision. This uniform lifting force reduces […]

Understanding Pain

Pain is bigger than you think, and my definition of Pain underlies 2 experiences: 1)Physical pain involves physiological stimulus of sensory nerve, which trigger our brain-transmitting signal of tissue injuries and damages. 2)Emotional pain is a psychological & physiological arouses from an unpleasant events or experience which alters our mood or behaviors. And how so, […]

Non-Invasive Treatment for Pain

Physical pain always disrupt our daily activities and tends us to pop medications for pain relief. In any form of motion, movement or physical activities and sports, our body muscles facilitate by contracting and lengthening to move the bone at the joints.  However, if the muscle group is inactive with very little movement of activities […]

Healthier Weight, Healthier Knees

Body weight significantly hurts our physical joints, commonly the knee joints.  Many fail to identify the intrinsic cause of knee pain that  result in knee sprains, meniscus tears and typically tears of ACL during their physical activities. Arthroscopy or key hole, and even a total knee replacement surgery is something that can be avoided if […]

What is Pain?

What is Pain? Pain is both physical and mental unpleasant stimuli that should not be ignored. It is disruptive to our daily activities and living. All of us experience pain in our own unique ways but most people cannot identify or even indicate where the pain symptoms are, most elderly assume pain is a part […]

Non-Invasive Pain Management | Wellness Philosophy

The experience of pain is individual and varies from one another, most do not seek any help unless the pain is unbearable and disrupting their daily life activities. However when pain is escalated to its highest scale of 8-9, patient’s expectations and demands of rectifying the symptoms, are high and at times, unreasonable. When the […]

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