Woodway Continuum

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Woodway Continuum

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Our patented Slat Belt running surface absorbs more impact than any other treadmill which provides patients with the most comfortable rehabilitation platform available.

They will experience a lower RPE, less impact and less muscle fatigue so they can rehab longer and more effectively.

Woodway’s toothed drive belt and ball bearing design assure smooth operation and a true zero start speed for even the largest patients with a weight capacity of up to 800 lbs.


The all new Continuum MED Display interfaces with a wide range of metabolic carts and provides therapists and patients with convenient access to speed and elevation controls. With a true zero start speed and adjustments in 0.1 MPH, the Continuum drive system assures accuracy for testing and repeatability.

The optional Personal Trainer Display provides therapists and patients with 25 pre-programmed medical tests and protocols with the ability to add up to 99 custom protocols.

With an elevation system adjustable in 0.1% increments up to 25%, the Continuum can meet any testing needs.


The Continuum has an 8” step height which allows lower functioning patients ease of access. The medical grade, parallel handrails provide a safe and comfortable platform for patients and offer plenty of clearance for therapy or analysis.


The Slat Belt running surface also has distinct advantages for you and your facility. Lasting up to 150,000 miles without a single belt change or deck swap, it was designed to make up for conventional treadmills shortcomings, most notably wear and friction. The rubberized slats are built like a tank, literally. With 80 ball bearings the belt glides, which results in years of life with very little maintenance and up to 50% in electrical savings. There is no need to adjust and tension the belt, our design utilizes tracking rollers and a toothed pulley.

The result, the lowest maintenance and lowest total cost of ownership of any treadmill, so you can worry about more important things, like your members.


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