Biotronix Hi Low Height Adjustable Treatment Table/Manipulation Couch/Examination Table Motorized ( Electrical ) 3 Fold ( Section )Remote Controlled Basic Model Single Function ( Hi Low Height Adjustment ) used in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation
Biotronix Hi Low Height Adjustable Treatment Table/Manipulation Couch/Examination Table Motorized ( Electrical ) 3 Fold ( Section )Remote Controlled Basic Model Single Function ( Hi Low Height Adjustment ) used in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Make in India
3 fold top section with contoured face hole
High-low adjustable with remote control from Wheel chair Height to Higher
Sturdy and stylish
Fully height adjustable convenient for patient and clinician
Heavy Duty Lockable Casters Wheels
Heavy duty motor lift up to 150 Kgs
Powder coated frames to prevent rusting and scratching
Backrest and lower Section manually adjustable assisted by Mechanical Lever Mechanism.
24 inch x 72 inch ,Height Adjustable - 20 inch to 36 inch
20 inch to 36 inch
Lockable Castor wheels
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3 SECTION,HEAD AND LEG REST ALSO BE MANUALY ADJUSTABLE.
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Main Powers- 230V / 50Hz
Input- 230V / 50Hz
Dimension- 24 inch x 72 inch ,Height Adjustable - 20 inch to 36 inch
Lifting Capacity- 150 kg
Three Section treatment table ( Hi Low Height Adjustment Motorized (Electrical) Remote Controlled ) ( Single Function )
Electric high/low height adjustment from 20 inch ( from wheel chair height ) to 36 inch for easy and safe patient transfer and adjustment to the ideal working height for treatment.
Easy accessible from any position around the table 360˚, for simple height adjustment.
Features smooth vertical lift with a capacity up to 150 kg.
Lockable Caster Wheel System.
Adjustable head support ( Manual Mechanism )
Face hole on head section with removable cushion.
1 pc Biotronix Hi Low Height Adjustable Treatment Table/Manipulation Couch/Examination Table Motorized ( Electrical ) 3 Fold ( Section )Remote Controlled Basic Model Single Function ( Hi Low Height Adjustment ) used in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Make in India
Warranty Details : 3 Year Motor Warranty against manufacturing Defect.
Variable height, Three section table with Retractable casters is suitable for Examination, Treatments, including Manipulation.
Both ends elevates so that the back or legs can be raised without turning the patient. Top adjusts in Height for Sit-to-Stand treatments & an easy access & Transfer of patients from Wheelchairs.
* Construction: Heavy Steel Frame, with heavy duty bush-bearings for easy Operation.
* Top: Upholstered 24 inch x 72 inch ,Height Adjustable - 20 inch to 36 inch
* Headrest : Can be continuously adjusted in height with Manual Adjustment Mechanism. Head end with Breathing Hole & Plug can also be lowered to -20 deg. for some postural drainage & manipulation techniques
* Backrest : Backrest elevates (upto 60 degrees) so that the Back can be raised for manipulation techniques & more comfortable sitting.
* Height : Table height is adjustable from 20 inch to 36 inch Table provides smooth, quiet lift with Hand held remote control.
* Lifting System : Fitted with the extremely powerful motor (imported) that safely accommodates heavy Patients (150kg). And ensures rapid and noiseless height adjustments with hand held remote .
At Move Forward we love utilising our hands on techniques. We take great pride in our training program which strongly advocates and trains other staff to be experts in manipulation. Manipulative physiotherapy refers to the use of high velocity thrust techniques in order to manipulate a restricted or stiff joint and restore the normal range of movement to that joint. There is often an associated ´popping´ or ´clicking´ noise with these techniques. This noise is a result of gas release in the joint due to pressure change, it is NOT associated with bone clicking on bone or muscle as some think. Theoretically, any joint can be manipulated but with Move Forward Physiotherapists manipulation is only used when necessary and when the patient is comfortable with having the technique performed.
It is worth noting that manipulation forms only one aspect of manual therapy and that Move Forward physiotherapists undergo intense continuing education to ensure that all their manual therapy techniques are up-to-date and refined. All Move Forward Physiotherapists attend regular group sessions to practice high velocity thrust techniques under the supervision of a Specialist Musculo-skeletal Physiotherapist.
What is Manipulative Therapy?
Manipulative Therapy is a specialized area of physiotherapy for the management of musculoskeletal conditions. It involves skilled hands-on treatments applied by highly qualified physiotherapists.
Why Choose Manipulative Therapy?
Research has shown that techniques such as thrust manipulation have demonstrable benefits for reducing muscle pain and tension, and for restoring normal joint movement. Research demonstrates that manipulative therapy can help you return faster to pain-free living
What is Manipulative Physiotherapy?
Manipulative physiotherapy is a specialised area for the management of neuro-musculoskeletal conditions. It is driven by scientific and clinical evidence, and the biopsychosocial framework of each patient.
We use highly specified treatment techniques and therapeutic exercises.
Our staff have undergone advanced university based postgraduate training and carry the title Manipulative Physiotherapist or Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist.
The term musculoskeletal physiotherapist is now more commonly used around the world as it recognises that not all conditions require manipulation.
Why is it important?
Excellence in musculoskeletal management.
Accurate assessment & diagnosis.
Identify your long term health goals.
Specialise in treating complex spinal musculoskeletal disorders.
Effective treatments - advanced manual therapy treatment skills and specific therapeutic exercises.
Fast access to Doctors, Specialists or further investigations (X ray & Ultrasound) if required.
We strongly encourage a multidisciplinary team approach.
Why you need it?
To help achieve your optimal health and wellbeing.
Provide better treatment outcomes.
Saving you time and money.
World class musculoskeletal treatment providers.
Comfortable & effective treatment techniques and exercise programmes.
Clearly understand your diagnosis, the causes of it and how to manage it.
When do you need it?
For any new or pre-existing musculoskeletal disorder. You may have pain, weakness, stiffness, poor coordination or you may just sense you are not moving so well.
Exercise prescription for chronic disease, diabetes and arthritis.
Screening for injury prevention in sport, work or otherwise.
Early assessment is preferred for quicker results – within weeks not months or years!
What Are Joint Manipulation Techniques And Its Benefits?
Physiotherapy, in itself is one of the finest ways to treat various health concerns, mainly injury, joints dysfunction, neck, back, shoulder, and arm pain. Here, in this section, we will discuss a little bit – What are joint manipulation techniques and its benefits? This will shed light on how joint manipulation can be helpful for patients who are willing to takephysiotherapy services.
Joint manipulation has shown its impact – as it’s quite beneficial in providing relief from musculoskeletal pain. And speed up the recovery process from the acute back sprains. Meanwhile, it’s excellent in restoring the normal range of motion. Joint Manipulation is a kind of manual therapy, where the physical therapist uses his hands to perform joint manipulation. In joint manipulation, a quick, sudden but small force is applied to the joint, in order to get relief from the pain and restore mobility. It’s somehow different from joint mobilization.
When we talk about physiotherapy, we should know that it’s classified under mainly four types of physical therapy Geriatric physical therapy, sports physical therapy, orthopedic physiotherapy, and pediatric physical therapy. And in every type of physiotherapy, joint manipulation has its own significance. In sports, athletes suffer a lot with joint dislocation and dysfunction. The physical therapist performs necessary tests and examinations before going with joint manipulation.
In recent years the popularity of thejoint manipulation techniquehas increased to a great extent, with the growth of the physiotherapy profession.
Benefits of Joint Manipulation Therapy
As we have discussed a brief about joint manipulation, now we will discuss the benefits of joint manipulation techniques. The clinical effects of this technique have been proven, and it left a positive impact on the life of the patients. It helped them to achieve early recovery from the injuries.
Benefits of Joint Manipulation Techniques
There are several benefits associated with this technique, people are benefited after taking the advantages of Joint manipulation. But here, before discussing the merits, we should have a quick look at the cause of joint dysfunction.
The prime reason for joint dysfunction is either underuse or overuse. Both cause musculoskeletal pain. Tendons get injured after the overuse of the joints. Natural joint dysfunction is another reason where people face problems. During this, the joints get deteriorated with the passage of time and cause pain as well as inconvenience. In such cases, joint manipulation therapy is quite beneficial to recover from natural dysfunction. Now let’s talk about the trauma, which occurred through the accident, injury. And all these problems can be easily treated with the help of a joint manipulation technique. If you are facing joint dysfunction problems, just visit your doctor for consultation and treatment.
Now here, let have a close look at the benefits of joint manipulation:
It’s beneficial in providing relief from musculoskeletal pain.
It’s amazing, in the context of speed up recovery.
It helps to increase the range of motion.
As it’s reliable therapy if taken under the supervision of a recognized & experienced physiotherapist.
It removes the blockages and allows unrestricted movement.
How Does Joint Manipulation / Spinal Manipulation Therapy Works?
As we have discussed, joint manipulation is akind of manual therapywhere a medical practitioner uses his hands in a controlled manner so as to perform the joint manipulation technique. He applies a sudden force on the specific joint where a popping noise appears. But, before doing all this, physical therapists do the necessary tests and examinations to ensure whether it would be better to go with joint manipulation or with other techniques.
After the examination, your physiotherapist will ask you to lie on the table or will allow you to sit in a relaxed manner. He gently checks the affected area and will apply pressure accordingly through the hands, in order to manipulate the joint. Here it’s worth noted that this pressure will realign, and stretch to the muscles, tissues, and joint capsules. Today, it’s a wonderful physiotherapy practice to treat the joints and related injuries. Spinal manipulation therapy, on the other hand, is the combination of massage, exercise, and physical therapy that deals with the spine. It’s also a kind of manual therapy that is accomplished by the use of hands. The physiotherapy practitioner applies gentle pressure on the joints, in order to provide relief from pain and to improve the never function. Mostly, it’s associated with the treatment of the neck, shoulder, and headache pain.
Mobilisation, manipulation and massage – what is the difference?
At The Physiotherapy Partners we offer a wide range ofservices to treat a range ofconditions but there is often confusion between mobilisation, manipulation and massage and how they can each be of benefit.
Mobilisation is a very commonly used hands on technique that aims to address joint stiffness, pain and work towards restoring normal pain free movement. Mobilisations are carried out on stiff spinal or peripheral joints and are performed as small, rhythmic, gentle movements and stretches. Although mobilisations are primarily used to treat joint conditions, they have also been seen to be very effective in the treatment of muscular or nerve injuries too. Mobilisations are also beneficial when used in conjunction with other treatments such as muscle stabilising techniques and exercise. A thorough preliminary physical assessment by a physiotherapist will determine whether this is the most appropriate technique for your particular issue.
Manipulation is an advanced type of mobilisation characterised by a small but sudden high velocity, thrust or movement performed at the end of the joint range. Mobilisation is most commonly carried out on the neck or back (although it can be carried out on other joints too) and is often accompanied by a crackling or popping sound which indicates the release of pressure in the joint. Research has shown manipulation to be very effective when treating pain, particularly if used alongside other therapies such as mobilisations, acupuncture and exercise programs. Any manipulative procedure must only be performed by a fully qualified and experienced physiotherapist and only after a thorough physical examination and assessment of medical history.
Massage is a hands on treatment comprising soft tissue mobilisation. Pressure ranging from a light touch to force is applied to muscles, ligaments or tendons. The motions applied do not cause joints to change position or move which differentiates massage from both mobilisation and manipulation. Depth and pressure can be tailored to your specific needs and so massage can form part of your rehabilitation or ongoing maintenance. Massage can also be for reducing soreness and tautness caused by physical activity, reducing risk of injury, minimising tension or pain, maintaining or improving flexibility or simply for relaxation.