Contraindications

Medical history must be reviewed before starting Galileo Training. Before a training plan is established a good knowledge of the current physical condition and possible risks must be assessed! A detailed survey of the user, i.e. via a health questionnaire, regarding the contraindications therefore has to be carried out before the first use of Galileo. Of course, the individual history of the user must be included.

Contraindications

The following contraindications must be excluded before the first use of Galileo:

  • Pregnancy
  • Acute thrombosis (acute vascular constriction)
  • Implants in trained regions of the body (e.g. artificial joints)
  • Acute inflammation of the locomotor system active arthrosis or arthropathy e.g. acute inflammation or swelling of joints
  • Acute tendinopathy in trained regions of the body (acute tendon inflammation)
  • Acute hernia (soft tissue prolapse)
  • Acute discopathy (acute problems at the intervertebral disc)
  • Fresh fractures in trained regions of the body
  • Gallstones or stones in the urinary tract collection system
  • Post-surgery wounds and fresh wounds in trained regions of the body or incomplete wound healing
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Epilepsy due to secondary risk of injury