Choosing the right equipment for your practice can often be complicated. What features do I need? Which tables will fit my budget? Does elevation make sense? The list can seem endless. There are plenty of manufacturers of adjusting treatment tables on the market and most create tables that fit a variety of techniques. So how do you choose what you need?
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.
The ErgoStyle™ Adjusting Table line has engineered a product that allows the doctor to deliver an adjustment like never before. Chiropractors who perform their adjustments on a regular bench often suffer from neck, back, elbow, shoulder and wrist pain. The ErgoStyle™ Adjusting Table line eases these symptoms.
We put together an infographic to break down the ErgoStyle™ ES2000 GENII to show you all of it's rich features and available options.
Instrument adjusting techniques in the chiropractic setting are used to focus on adjusting specific spots or areas of the body with special tools. Targeting these areas can be a workout for practitioners because of the squatting, bending and reaching it may involve. That is where PHS Chiropractic comes in to save the day (along with your back and energy!).
Fit. Whether it’s our clothing or a new piece of equipment, we all want a good fit. It’s a very important consideration, especially for chiropractors. A treatment table is one of the most important purchases a DC will make, so it is crucial to carefully consider how a potential table will fit your practice, your techniques, your patients and your budget. Steve Keller of ACA Today breaks down today’s tables to help you find the right fit for you.