To Elevate, or Not to Elevate? HYLO vs. Elevating HYLO

Posted by PHS Chiropractic on Monday, January 11, 2021

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?

Our ErgoStyle Story

Posted by PHS Chiropractic on Friday, September 25, 2020

Our ErgoStyle Story began in 2009 when PHS Chiropractic purchased The Ergostyle Adjusting Table line from the Chattanooga Group, Inc., who engineered a revolutionary line of chiropractic tables. The result took chiropractic adjustment one step further by featuring our patented ErgoStyle drop. Our revolutionary drops elevate across the entire cushion, rather than just a single pin providing improved accuracy and a smoother adjustment with less force resulting in both patient and doctor satisfaction.

Chiropractic Tables Designed with Instrument Adjusting in Mind

Posted by PHS Chiropractic on Friday, August 10, 2018

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!).

Choosing The Ultimate Adjusting Table

Posted by PHS Chiropractic on Friday, January 26, 2018

Your hands and your table will perform thousands of adjustments during your chiropractic career. Choosing the right table to prevent injury to your body and provide comfort for your patients requires looking at many factors, including design, flexibility and price.

Drop Tables: They Make Sense!

Posted by PHS Chiropractic on Friday, April 04, 2014

The drop table is becoming standard in most chiropractors’ offices. Tables such as  pin-drop tables and PHS Chiropractic’s ErgoStyle Drops Tables are changing the way chiropractors perform adjustments. Why? These tables offer a safer way for each chiropractor to deliver care. With less fatigue by the end of the day, chiropractors are able to perform adequate adjustments to all patients. Julie Duck of breaks down how drop tables work and why they should be standard in your practice.