What are some types of Chiropractic Tables?
Drop tables have separate segments that can allow parts of the body such as the neck, upper back, lower back, and pelvis to drop with a gentle pressure during adjustments. This technique applies less force which makes it easier on patient's bodies.
Flexion Distraction Table
Flexion Distraction tables are perfect for relieving pressure near the spine by allowing the Chriopractor to adjust the patient by moving parts of the table. This is a non-surgical approach to treating bulging disc pain and chronic back pain.
Elevation tables come in both manual and powered versions (controlled by a foot switch), both of which allow the height to be adjusted. This puts less strain on Chriopractors and is a must-have for those seeing many patients each day.
Stationary tables are a traditional staple that are very low maintenance. They are much more affordable that techniologically advanced tables. This type of entry-level table with minimal bells and whistles is still very accomodating.
Hylo or high-low tables are highly sought after for their ability to make managing limited mobility patients a breeze. They are adjustable in both height and vertical positioning. This is a great way to treat patients that can't lie down.
Intersegmental Roller Top Tables
Intersegmental Roller Top Tables work on improving range of motion in the spine using gentle pressure. This also helps to move cerebrospinal fluid and improve blood flow which can relieve pain. Your patients will be relaxed and comfortable.
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