In 1990, The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) came into law. The ADA is a civil rights law that prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in all areas open to the general public, including jobs, schools, transportation and public and private places.1
One of the products that we find to be successful in a chiropractor's Pivotal Practice is the DOC Decompression Table. This table is used to perform non-surgical spinal decompression therapy, which is a type of traction therapy that works to stretch the spine over time and offers your patients pain management, lower back and neck pain relief along with optimal healing for bulging, degenerating or herniated discs among other conditions. With pre-programmed and fully customizable treatments, it can be used by a variety of patients.
One of the products that we find to be important to a chiropractor's Pivotal Practice is an instrument adjusting table. Targeting and treating specific areas of the body with instrument adjusting tools can be a workout for practitioners because of the squatting, positioning, bending and reaching it may involve. Our instrument adjusting tables strive to eliminate this.
These tables allow chiropractors to perform instrument adjusting techniques on patients of various sizes and mobilities in stable, convenient positions without any hassle.