Biotronix Hi Low Height Adjustable Treatment Table/Manipulation Couch/Examination Table Motorized ( Electrical ) 3 Fold ( Section )Remote Controlled Deluxe Model Dual Function(Hi Low Height Adjustment and Center Elevation Motorized)used in Physiotherapy

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Biotronix Hi Low Height Adjustable Treatment Table/Manipulation Couch/Examination Table Motorized ( Electrical ) 3 Fold ( Section )Remote Controlled Deluxe Model Dual Function ( Hi Low Height Adjustment Motorized , Center Elevation Motorized  ) 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 Imported 
  • Heavy duty motor lift up to 150 Kgs
  • Powder coated frames to prevent rusting and scratching
  • Head and Lower Section adjustable by Manual Lever Based Mechanism 
  • Center Section Elevation Motorized Remote Controlled 

Product Specification

Overall Dimension 24 inch x 72 inch ,Height Adjustable - 20 inch to 36 inch 
Height Adjustable 20 inch to 36 inch 
Castor Wheels  Lockable Castor wheels Imported 
Finish Powder Coated
Motor Warranty 3 YEARS
Minimum Order Quantity 1
Usage/Application HOSPITAL
Size Adult
Brand Biotronix 
Features 3 SECTION,Headrest and Lower Section Adjustable Manually 
Packaging Type Carton
Quantity Per Pack 1
Number Of Wheels 4
Frame Material M.S.Tube

Height Adjustment  Remote Controlled 
Capacity 150 Kg
Coating Powder Coated 
Category Hospital Furniture
Design High-Low.
Driven Type Electrical
Frame Work
Height Adjustable
Is It Adjustable Yes
Load Capacity Kilogram 150
 Deal In New Only
Electric Control Yes
Minimum Order Quantity 1



  • 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 and Headrest and Lower Section Adjustable Manually ,Center Section Elevation Motorized )  
  • 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 imported .
  • Adjustable Head Section ( Manual Mechanism ) .
  • Adjustable Lower Section ( Manual Mechanism ) .
  • Face hole on head section with removable cushion.
  • Center Section Elevation Motorized Remote Controlled 

    Package Contents:

    • 1 pc Biotronix Hi Low Height Adjustable Treatment Table/Manipulation Couch/Examination Table Motorized ( Electrical ) 3 Fold ( Section )Remote Controlled Deluxe Model Dual Function ( Hi Low Height Adjustment Motorized , Center Elevation Motorized  ) used in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Make in India
    • 1 Hand Remote Control 
    • 1 Complementary Physio Chart Set ( 6 wall pasted physio charts ) 


    Warranty Details : 3 Year Motor Warranty against manufacturing Defect.

    Product Description

    Variable height, Three section table with 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  
    * Lower Section : Can be continuously adjusted in height manual . 
      * 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 .
     * Mobility: Mounted on Heavy Duty Imported Castor Wheels .
    * Finish : Powder coated Frame, beautifully finished. 
    * Power : Unit Operates on 220V AC.
    * Center Section Elevation using Motorized Remote Controlled .







    What is manipulation/mobilisation?

    Manipulations and mobilisations are manual techniques used to physically affect a joint. If you are feeling joint pain or stiffness your physiotherapist may decide that manipulations or mobilisations are the best course of treatment. There are a wide range of techniques that can be used to move a joint to increase its range of movement.

    How does manipulation/mobilisation help?

    Manipulations and mobilisations get the joint moving. This often takes place with the individual in a relaxed position. This allows the physiotherapist to move the joint within the desired range. This will achieve movement of the joint that would not be possible by the patient alone due to pain. The manipulation or mobilisation gets the joint moving which can:

    Who benefits frommanipulation/mobilisation?

    Manipulations and mobilisations can benefit many problems such as:

    The Difference Between A Manipulation & A Mobilisation

    What is the difference between a manipulation and a mobilisation?

    A manipulation is a high velocity end range technique. This means that there needs to be a lot more skill when the health professional is delivering the treatment. Mobilisation techniques differ in that they move the joint through their range and don’t stretch the joint beyond its end range. Physiotherapists mobilise joints and become acquainted with this technique quite early in their undergraduate training.

    Mobilisation is used to reduce the patient’s symptoms. Ideally, mobilisation would be a treatment of choice for anyone that comes into the practice suffering from symptoms. Whilst a manipulation is an end treatment progression.


    Can all Physiotherapists perform a manipulation?

    A manipulation is a technique that all Physios are trained to do, but not every Physio is comfortable in performing. Training and experience come in to play to determine a therapists level of comfort when performing this. If you require a Physio that does this treatment, make sure you clarify with the practice’s receptionist before booking. Choose a Physio that practices manipulations regularly and is comfortable doing this as part of the treatment.

    When can a manipulation be of use?

    Manipulation is a technique that is beneficial to the client.  It can have an immediate effect on the way joints move, helping to reduce your symptoms. Following a manipulation, there can be a reduction in joint stiffness and also a small endorphin release.


    Why do we hear a pop when a joint is manipulated?

    There is a theory as to why we hear a ‘pop’ noise. The ‘pop’ is thought to come from a process called cavitation where the gasses of the joint become compressed. It then forms a bubble under pressure which is released from the joint causing the sound. This release of gas will also cause a reduction of the contents in the joint space and may be associated with the extra movement.


    Manipulative Physiotherapy

    Manipulation is different from mobilisation. We use mobilisation very commonly as physiotherapists (osteopaths often call this articulation, which is the same thing). These techniques are useful for increasing movement at a stiff joint and have been used by osteopaths and physios for several decades as an effective treatment.

    We don’t use this treatment as standard. Manipulation is often known as “clicking”, “clicking joints back into place”, “re-aligning joints”, “putting things back in”, or “cracking joints”. In fact, we don’t put anything back into place, we don’t re-align joints, and we don’t crack anything. The noise is made from cavitation of gases that pass out of a joint space when a joint is manipulated.

    If you imagine a cup of tea on a saucer, if you spill a little bit of tea you can get some suction of the saucer to the bottom of the cup. This is similar to how a joint works, with the synovial fluid between a joint, actually acting as a natural suction. If the joint is moved in a particular direction or with particular speed, the joint may cavitate or separate causing a pop or click.

    Manipulations in osteopathy are known as HVT (high-velocity thrust) and in chiropractic as HVLA (high-velocity low amplitude). However, our team uses low-velocity thrusts, a more careful and low-speed manipulation that requires a number of vectors across a joint. This type of manipulation typically requires more training than normal but patients tend to find the manipulation much more comfortable.



    What Is Spinal Manipulation

    Could “cracking your back” be the solution for backaches and headaches? The answer is yes, claim advocates of spinal manipulation.

    Spinal manipulation, also called spinal manipulative therapy or manual therapy, combines moving and jolting joints, massage, exercise, and physical therapy. It’s designed to relieve pressure on joints, reduce inflammation, and improve nerve function. It’s often used to treat back, neck, shoulder, and headache pain. Chiropractors use it to treat other disorders too, such as menstrual pain and sinus problems.

    Today, spinal manipulation is used in both Western and traditional Asian medicine. In North America, it’s usually performed by chiropractors, osteopathic physicians, and physical and occupational therapists.


    Forms of manipulative therapy have been used for thousands of years in many partsTrusted Source of the world, including Indonesia, Asia, India, Russia, and Norway. Writings from China in 2700 B.C. and from Greece in 1500 B.C. mention manipulating the spine and legs to ease back pain. The ancient Greek physician Hippocrates, who is viewed as the founder of medicine as a rational science, describes manipulative techniques in his writings.

    Spinal manipulation gained and lost favor with physicians many times through the mid-1800s. It was viewed as a practice of folk healers, called bonesetters, whose successes were attributed to luck.

    Modern spinal manipulation traces its roots to nineteenth century America. Disillusioned by the deaths of his three children, a doctor named Andrew Taylor Still developed the theory that diseases were caused by displaced bones and muscles interfering with the body’s circulatory system. He turned to spinal manipulation as a non-drug, holistic method of correcting body imbalances and restoring health. In doing so, he became the father of modern osteopathy.

    Daniel David Palmer developed the theory that diseases were caused by spinal misalignments, or subluxations, that block the transmission of the body’s own healing power through the nervous system. His theories would eventually form the basis of chiropractic medicine.


    There are over 100 types of spinal adjustments used by chiropractors worldwide. Some use force and twisting (spinal manipulation), while others techniques are more gentle (spinal mobilization). In addition, practitioners use ice and heat therapy, electric stimulation, traction devices that stretch the spine, and ultrasound for deep tissue heating. Most procedures are done on a padded, adjustable table. Parts of the table can be dropped as an adjustment is being done, adding different forces to the movement.

    In spinal manipulation, the practitioner uses their hands to apply a controlled, sudden force to a specific joint. Patients often hear popping noises, like when you crack your knuckles.

    In spinal mobilization, practitioners use less forceful thrusts and more stretching. They will sometimes use an “activator,” which is a small metal tool that applies force directly to one vertebra.

    Besides chiropractors, osteopaths and some physical therapists use spinal adjustments.



    Measuring the effetiveness of spinal manipulation is difficult because it doesn’t lend itself to traditional studies. A 2007 study found spinal manipulation to be moderately effective in easing chronic low back pain lasting four or more weeks. Researchers said it was also slightly to moderately effective in easing acute low back pain that lasted less than four weeks. Another studyTrusted Source showed that six weeks of mobilization treatments helped treat neck pain in almost 70 percent of participants.

    Spinal adjustment is usually safe when it’s performed by someone trained and licensed to deliver the care. Serious complications are rare, but can include herniated disks, compressed nerves, and even a stroke after neck manipulation.


    Some people should avoid spinal manipulation or adjustments, including people who have severe osteoporosis, high stroke risk, spinal cancer, or an unstable spine. People who experience numbness, tingling, or loss of strength in an arm or leg should also avoid these treatments.

    Because of the danger of injury and the lack of proven long-term benefits, spinal manipulation remains a controversial therapy for any disorders not involving joints or muscles


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