Patient positions for full treatment support

As a physiotherapist, you know your patient’s needs, have the expertise, master techniques and methods to improve specific body functions and reduce pain. Do you also have a treatment table that supports your treatments 100% with different positions?

Superb flexibility of the treatment table

A specific patient position alone can relieve pressure on the spine or other parts of the body. The key advantage of the treatment table model is that all table sections are adjustable. Depending on patient’s problems and the specifics of the treatment, practitioners can lift or tilt any of the sections. They can place the patient in the position that is most suitable for the therapeutic manipulation.

Various treatment table models

With the 3-section model Therapy table S3, all table sections can be adjusted by means of gas springs. The 4- and 8-section models, Therapy table S4 and S8, feature two electrically adjustable middle sections and manually adjustable head and leg sections. In addition to the fully extended position, the tables also allow comfortable seating positions, negative tilt positions and the Jackknife position.

Jackknife position

It is the Jacknife position that is often very important for practitioners when choosing a treatment table. When a patient lies in prone position, by lifting the middle table section, patient’s hips are elevated. This relaxes the muscles and reduces the pressure on the lower, lumbar part of the spine. Dr Mitja Bračič from Global Treatment Clinic emphasizes the importance of the flexibility of the table for physiotherapy treatments. “The Therapy table S8 with electrical adjustments of individual sections allows us to optimally adjust the patient for a specific treatment. We have been able to improve the ergonomics of our physiotherapy treatments for even the most demanding patients. The disabled patients have been particularly impressed, as the table allows the Jackknife position.

To support your expertise

When choosing a treatment table model, consider the requirements of performed treatments and the needs of your patients. Choose a model that will support your expert work so that you can give your full attention to the patient and make the most of a single session. Contact our sales team!

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