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An intuitive, self-pacing treadmill has been envisioned as part of the future of fitness for decades. Omaha researchers first invented the Impower treadmill to assist people who were in rehabilitation from a stroke, as keeping pace became much more difficult when one side of the body doesn’t move at the same speed.

They soon realized that the treadmill had potential outside of injury recovery and rehabilitation. Optical sensors analyze the pace of a runner, setting the stage for a revolution in treadmill technology.

IMPOWER Health’s CEO Hopes to Bring New Treadmill to the Market

Doug Miller had no idea his long career in cellular technology would lead him to run a company responsible for self-pacing treadmills. And yet, here he is, at the helm of IMPOWER Health, a new health tech business in the UNeTech incubator. Miller, who earned a BS in...

Fabled Self-Pacing Treadmill is Real and it’s in Omaha

Stroke rehabilitation is hard. The damage a stroke causes to the brain and nervous system is extensive, sometimes irreversible, but often repaired through painstaking rehabilitation. That rehabilitation is hard work. The asymmetrical way a stroke victim’s body works...
Fabled Self-Pacing Treadmill is Real and it’s in Omaha

Fabled Self-Pacing Treadmill is Real and it’s in Omaha

Stroke rehabilitation is hard. The damage a stroke causes to the brain and nervous system is extensive, sometimes irreversible, but often repaired through painstaking rehabilitation. That rehabilitation is hard work. The asymmetrical way a stroke victim’s body works...