Biotronix Hi Low Height Adjustable Treatment Table/Manipulation Couch/Examination Table Motorized ( Electrical ) Single Section )Remote Controlled Super Basic Model Single Function ( Hi Low Height Adjustment used in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation

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Biotronix Hi Low Height Adjustable Treatment Table/Manipulation Couch/Examination Table Motorized ( Electrical ) Single Section )Remote Controlled Super Basic Model Single Function ( Hi Low Height Adjustment used in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Make in India

As a known name in this domain, we are able to manufacture and supply an excellent array of Hi low Electric Examination Table. Extensively demanded in healthcare facilities, clinics and hospitals, it offers maximum flexibility and optimum comfort for both the patient and healthcare professional. In order to design this examination table in compliance with predefined industry standards, we use top-notch quality material. Stringently checked on various parameters, it is electrically operated with the facility of height adjustment.


  • Rust proof
  • Easy to reposition
  • Sturdy construction
  • Table Top Size  24 inch x 72 inch ,Height Adjustable - 20 inch to 36 inch 
  • Mains powered electric actuator (240 volt electrical supply)
  • Hand Remote Controlled 
  • Lockable Castor wheels 
  • Maximum load 160kg
  • Single 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 160 Kgs
  • Powder coated frames to prevent rusting and scratching

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 Single Section Hi low Height Adjustable ( Motorized Remote Controlled ) 
Packaging Type Carton
Quantity Per Pack 1
Number Of Wheels 4
Frame Material M.S.Tube

Height Adjustment  Remote Controlled 
Capacity 160 Kg
Coating Powder Coated 
Category Hospital Furniture
Design High-Low.
Driven Type Electrical
Frame Work
Height Adjustable
Is It Adjustable Yes
Load Capacity Kilogram 160
 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 - 160 kg 

  • Single Section treatment table (  Hi Low Height Adjustment 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 160 kg.
  • Lockable Caster Wheel System .
  • Face hole on head section with removable cushion.

    Package Contents:

    • 1 pc Biotronix Hi Low Height Adjustable Treatment Table/Manipulation Couch/Examination Table Motorized ( Electrical ) Single Section )Remote Controlled Super Basic Model Single Function ( Hi Low Height Adjustment 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.













    Physical Therapy (Physiotherapy) or Chiropractic Care? How to Know Which One You Need

    Physical therapists and chiropractors have similar goals in mind for patients, but they may go about achieving these goals in different ways.

    Some of the similarities they share include the following:

    • Both focus on managing pain and discomfort using noninvasive and nonsurgical techniques.
    • Both may use manual or hands-on therapy to treat a specific condition.
    • Both may treat, or co-treat, the same conditions.
    • Both may focus on wellness plans for their patients beyond what they can do during a session.
    • Both evaluate your symptoms by taking your health history, examining you, and even ordering certain tests.
    • Both physical therapists and chiropractors are licensed health professionals with years of education and training.
    Physical therapy/ physiotherapy Chiropractic care
    Pain-free movement is one of the key primary goals. Pain relief and alignment of the spine are key primary goals.
    Focuses on how the body moves and functions as a whole. Focuses mostly on issues related to back pain, neck pain, joint pain in the arms or legs, and headaches.
    Physical therapists help you perform stretches and exercises, as well as performing some manipulations for certain conditions, to improve your mobility. Chiropractors perform manipulations and adjustments to help your body heal itself.
    Physical therapists work in just about any healthcare environment, as well as your home. Chiropractors usually need specialized spaces and equipment to perform adjustments and manipulations.

    A physiotherapist/physical therapist, also known as a PT, focuses on improving your ability to move and function without pain which, in turn, helps boost your quality of life.

    The goal of PT is for you to achieve the highest level of movement possible to function in daily life.

    PTs evaluate you, guide you in stretches and exercises, and educate you on ways to stay active and healthy.


    Physical therapy treatment may include:

    • an evaluation of your pain, flexibility, and movement
    • exercises, stretches, or hands-on manipulation to help you get stronger and move better
    • posture education with instruction on how to move to avoid injury or pain
    • heat or cold therapy and a variety of other modalities to reduce pain
    • a wellness plan to improve your overall health
    • performing wound care
    • treating patients in emergency departments and ICU

    You may find that you only need a few sessions with a PT before you notice an improvement in your condition.

    Or, you may need long-term PT to get relief. Your PT will evaluate your progress and put together a treatment plan for you.

    PTs must earn a doctorate in physical therapy (DPT) before becoming licensed.

    Why use physical therapy?

    PT may be a helpful treatment option if you:

    PTs practice in a variety of settings, including:

    • hospitals
    • outpatient clinics or offices
    • athletic facilities
    • rehabilitation centers
    • schools
    • workplaces
    • homes

    Are there different types of PT?

    Physical therapists may specialize in one demographic, such as children or older adults.

    They may also focus on one type of condition, such as sports injuries or a specific health condition like:

    Chiropractors are licensed professionals with doctorate degrees who use a hands-on approach to ease pain and inflammation by manipulating parts of your body.

    The philosophy behind chiropractic care is that your body can heal itself with interventions performed by a chiropractor.

    Chiropractic care, like physical therapy, doesn’t involve taking medications or undergoing surgery. You may want to try chiropractic care before undergoing more invasive treatments.

    Chiropractic care covers many health conditions for people of all ages. It focuses specifically on the musculoskeletal and nervous systems.


    A chiropractor may:

    • evaluate symptoms based on a physical exam and tests
    • provide adjustments to areas of the body or use techniques like spinal manipulation to help decrease pain and inflammation
    • discuss other forms of treatment
    • recommend doing certain exercises at home or making lifestyle adjustments to reduce pain and inflammation

    Why use chiropractic care?

    Chiropractic care may be a helpful treatment option if you have:

    An osteopath is a doctor of osteopathic medicine, also known as a DO. They are licensed physicians who graduate from an osteopathic medical school instead of a traditional medical school.

    Like a doctor of medicine (MD), a DO must first earn a bachelor’s degree. This is followed by four years of medical school and a residency that could last 1 to 7 years depending on the area of practice.


    Physiotherapy vs. Chiropractor – what is the difference?

    As Physiotherapists we are often asked the difference between Physiotherapy and Chiropractic so we’ve summarised a few key points to help you understand. Some people have the belief that there is an ongoing rivalry between the two professions, but it is just not true.

    Physiotherapy is thought to have a broader scope of practice than chiropractic treatment does.  A well trained physiotherapist should have the ability to mobilise and manipulate the spine, perform muscle release techniques, use acupuncture or needling treatments, teach core stability exercises, help work on your posture and balance or build a sport specific training program for you.



    Physiotherapy is geared towards;

    • Restoring mobility
    • Improving independence
    • Restoring functionality
    • Improving psychological well being
    • Returning to sport following injury
    • Regaining strength from injury or surgery

    Physiotherapists treat back and neck pain, sciatica, arthritis, swelling in joints, repetitive strain injury, sports injuries and cartilage, ligament and tendon injuries. Treatment is aimed at being able to help you help yourself and manage the symptoms that are affecting your body. We treat children all the way through to adults and have expertise in respiratory conditions and neurological conditions that shouldn’t be missed.

    Physiotherapy practice is widely recognised by the NHS and insurance companies as a conservative treatment modality used in an attempt to avoid injection therapy or surgical interventions. Following surgery consultants within the orthopedic profession will often refer patients for a course of physiotherapy treatment to ensure they reach their healing potential.



    Chiropractic treatment uses techniques of manipulation to relieve pain, realign the spine, adjust posture, and restore joint function. The practice of chiropractic is focused on the spine and treatment involves the use of the practitioners hands to adjust the joints of the spine and limbs where signs of restricted movement are found. Gentle, specific manipulation techniques (often refered to as ‘clicking’) help to restore normal body movement. Treatment aims to make you move better and more freely.

    Chiropractors treat acute and chronic low back and neck pain, sciatica, neck related and tension headaches, neck related dizziness or vertigo and extremity joint conditions.

    While both practices utilise manipulations, chiropractors use a style that frequently makes use of shorter and more forceful movements. In contrast a physio will use these less often, and supplement their manipulations with therapeutic exercise and/or massage.

    Similarities between chiropractic and physiotherapy

    While the two fields are quite different, they do still share some common ground in terms of treatment and outcome. Both use manipulations and both look to restore joint function, improve posture, and relieve pain as clinical end points. This is where the similarities more or less end however, as the two disciplines are quite different in how they are applied and why.

    The Difference Between a Physiotherapist and a Chiropractor

    If you’re experiencing pain from an injury, repetitive movements, or other everyday activities, you may be wondering whether you should see a physiotherapist or a chiropractor (or both). What are the advantages and specialties of each one? These are very common questions we hear. It’s important to understand that many physiotherapists and chiropractors work alongside each other, often even in the same practice, because they both have the same goal to help people feel better!

    On the surface, physiotherapists and chiropractors seem very similar but there are some notable differences between these occupations. While both are trained specialists to help you move and feel better, and both offer a wide range of benefits, there are specific reasons and scenarios in which you may want to choose a physiotherapist or chiropractor.

    The main difference between a physiotherapist and a chiropractor has to do with the spine. A chiropractor focuses more on the diagnosis and treatment of afflictions to the spine, including mobility and functionality, as well as neurological tissues and the nervous system. Chiropractors often treat headaches, repetitive strain issues, neck pain, leg pain and back pain using manual techniques to manipulate the spine and return it to a normal state.  Often many problems with the spine affect other areas of the body and a chiropractic adjustment can help to alleviate additional conditions such as fibromyalgia.


    A physiotherapist, on the other hand, focuses more on body movement patterns and functionality of specific body parts and joints such as the shoulders, hips, wrists and ankles. Physiotherapists aim to improve muscle weaknesses or imbalances which can be due to injuries, surgery, or repetitive strain. We also handle more post-surgical or post-stroke rehabilitations than chiropractors normally do. Overall, with physiotherapy there is a larger emphasis on using specific, targeted exercises for rehabilitating muscles and restoring movement.

    Deciding on the Best Course of Treatment

    It’s important to distinguish the similarities and differences between physiotherapists and chiropractors to help decide which treatment may be right for you.

    Both specialists have these overlapping qualities:

    • Use manual techniques with their hands or additional tools to relieve tension and pain
    • Address many of the same problem areas including lower back pain, leg pain and other nerve, joint and muscle issues
    • Promote stretching exercises to enhance and strengthen the benefits of each treatment.




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