Biotronix Hi Low Height Adjustable Treatment Table/Manipulation Couch/Examination Table Motorized ( Electrical ) 2 fold ( Section )Remote Controlled Basic Model Single Function ( Hi Low ) used in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Make in India

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Biotronix Hi Low Height Adjustable Treatment Table/Manipulation Couch/Examination Table Motorized ( Electrical ) 2 fold ( Section )Remote Controlled Basic Model Single Function ( Hi Low ) used in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Make in India 

  • Two 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 that rusting and scratching
  • Backrest manually adjustable assisted by Mechanical Lever 



  • Main Powers - 230V / 50Hz
  • Standby Consumption - 3.5W
  • Input - 230V  / 50Hz
  • Dimension - 24 inch x 72 inch ,Height Adjustable - 20 inch to 36 inch 
  • Lifting Capacity - 150 kg 

  • Dual section treatment table.
  • 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 Adjustment 
  • Face hole on head section with removable cushion.
  • Manual adjustable lever assist in the adjustment of head section.

    Package Contents:

    • 1 pc Biotronix Hi Low Height Adjustable Treatment Table/Manipulation Couch/Examination Table Motorized ( Electrical ) 2 fold ( Section )Remote Controlled Basic Model Single Function ( Hi Low ) 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.










    Spinal Manipulation Therapy (SMT) is a technique that treats back pain, neck pain and other musculoskeletal conditions via the application of force to the spinal joints, with the idea being that such treatment of dysfunctional areas in the spine can restore the spine’s structural integrity, reduce pain and initiate the body’s natural healing processes

    It is a intervention Physiotherapists have been employing since the beginning of physical therapy practice. However, physiotherapists providing spinal manipulations have come under the scrutiny of other professions even though manipulation is not exclusive to any one domain or profession. The APTA has created a page that delineates the difference between physical therapy manipulation and chiropractic manipulation. They have also published a manipulation education manual

    Clinical Prediction Rule for Manipulation

    Clinical Prediction Rules are mathematical tools that are intended to guide physiotherapists in their everyday clinical decision making, providing an evidence-based tool to assist in patient management when determining a particular diagnosis or prognosis, or when predicting a response to a particular intervention. The patients that received the most benefit from spinal manipulation for LBP are those that meet at least four out of the five criteria for spinal manipulation.Criteria included in the five factor predictor rule for manipulation  :

    1. Pain lasting less than 16 days
    2. No symptoms distal to the knee
    3. FABQ score less than 19
    4. Internal Rotation of greater than 35 degrees for at least one hip
    5. Hypomobility of a least one level of the lumbar spine

    Two most important identifiers for manipulation are: Pain lasting less than 16 days; No symptoms distal to the knee

    The following six factors are the criteria for immediate responders to cervical manipulation:

    1. Initial scores on Neck Disability Index <11.50
    2. Having bilateral involvement pattern
    3. Not performing sedentary work >5 h/day
    4. Feeling better while moving the neck
    5. Without feeling worse while extending the neck
    6. Diagnosis of Spondylosis without Radiculopathy

    The presence of four or more of these predictors increased the probability of success with manipulation to 89%


    Cervical Spine

    For patients with acute neck pain, either spinal manipulation or home exercises appeared to be more effective than medication in the short and long term, an NCCIH-funded study of 272 patients showed in 2012. A 2015 research review that looked at results from 51 trials with 2,920 participants also reported that there’s weak evidence that spinal manipulation may provide short-term relief from acute or chronic neck pain.

    • The NICE guidelines  recommend the use of thoracic spinal manipulation in conjunction with range of movement and strengthening exercises to help relieve neck pain. Their recommendation is based on the American Physical Therapy Association guidelines that  states "For patients with acute neck pain with mobility deficits, there was a benefit compared to control for using multiple sessions of thoracic manipulation for reducing pain over the immediate and short term".

    For Headache

    • For preventing migraines, spinal manipulation may be one of several complementary health approaches (including massage therapy) that’s as helpful as medications used for migraine prevention, but the research isn’t conclusive.
    • A systematic review of noninvasive nonpharmacologic treatment for chronic pain reported spinal manipulation therapy was associated with slight to moderate improvements in function compared to usual care on the Headache Impact Test and the Headache Disability Inventory (scale 0-100) and in pain over the short term (i.e., 1-6 months) in one trial. The standard of evidence was rated as low[8].

    Cervical spine SMT has been linked to small, potentially dangerous tears in the artery walls in the neck ie cervical artery dissections (CAD). These tears are rare but can lead to a stroke. Any kind of sudden neck movement eg playing sports, getting whiplash may also increase the risk of tears. The available evidence suggests that the incidence of CAD in people getting spinal manipulation is low, but patients need to be informed of this potential risk.

    Thoracic Spine

    The thoracic region encompasses the verterbrae T1-T12, and is located in the middle region or thorax of the body. Unlike other areas of the spine, each of the vertebrae present has a rib attached to it, resulting in the the thoracic cage being attached to the Thoracic region of the spine. There is minimal evidence surrounding the use of thoracic manipulations for the relief of thoracic pain, but there is evidence for use in relief of neck pain and increasing respiratory function.


    Lumbar Spine

    Spinal manipulation to the lumbar spine is a common intervention administered for patients with Low Back Pain (LBP). Many noninvasive treatments are available for low-back pain, and these include drugs and nondrug options. In its 2017 clinical guidelines, the American College of Physicians (ACP) suggests that spinal manipulation is one of a number of therapeutic options that may help people with acute or chronic low-back pain (although the ACP says the quality of the evidence is low).  The research on spinal manipulation for acute low-back pain is generally mixed and has many limitations.

    • Spinal manipulation is no more effective for acute low-back pain than sham (fake) spinal manipulation, or when added to another treatment such as standard medical care, a 2012 research review of 20 studies found. Spinal manipulation appeared to be safe when compared to other treatment options.
    • A 2017 analysis examined data from 15 randomized controlled trials with almost 1,700 participants. The researchers concluded that spinal manipulative therapy can modestly improve pain and function in people with acute low-back pain




    The following scenarios are contraindications to low back pain :

    • Any pathology that leads to significant bone weakening
    • Neurological: cord compression, cauda equina compression, nerve root compression with increasing neurological deficit
    • Vascular: aortic aneurysm, bleeding into joints
    • Lack of diagnosis 
    • Patient positioning can not be achieved because of pain or resistance.

    Other Conditions

    A 2021 systematic review found no evidence of an effect of SMT for the management of non-musculoskeletal disorders including infantile colic, childhood asthma, hypertension, primary dysmenorrhea, and migraine. This finding challenges the validity of the theory that treating spinal dysfunctions with SMT has a physiological effect on organs and their function.

    Researchers have studied spinal manipulation for many other conditions, including fibromyalgia, children’s ear infections, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), infant colic, and bedwetting, but there’s too little evidence to know if it helps with these problems.

    Neurophysiological Effects

    ↵An experimental body of evidence exists indicating that spinal manipulation impacts primary afferent neurons from the erector spinae), the motor control system and pain processing.

    • Biomechanical changes caused by spinal manipulation are thought to have physiological consequences by means of their effects on the inflow of sensory information to the central nervous system
    • Central sensitisation (defined as an increased responsiveness of nociceptors in the central nervous system to either normal or sub-threshold afferent input) results in hypersensitivity to stimuli, responsiveness to non-noxious stimul and increased pain response evoked by stimuli outside the area of injury. Spinal manipulation may effect the central sensory processing by removing subthreshold mechanical or chemical stimuli from the erector spinae, so reducing this phenomena.

    • Muscle spindle afferents and Golgi tendon organ afferents are stimulated by spinal manipulation. These two components belong to the nervous system and function to influence movement, playing a role in flexibility.
    • Mechanical and chemical changes in the intervertebral foramen caused by a herniated intervertebral disc can affect the dorsal roots and dorsal root ganglia DRG (cells in the DRG act as sites of perception of a painful stimulus). It is not known if spinal manipulation directly affects these changes in the DRG. Individuals with herniated lumbar discs have shown clinical improvement in response to spinal manipulation.
    • Spinal manipulation is also thought to affect reflex neural outputs to both muscle and visceral organs. Substantial evidence demonstrates that spinal manipulation evokes erector spinae muscle reflexes and alters motoneuron excitability.



    Chiropractic adjustment, also called spinal manipulation, is a procedure done by a chiropractor using the hands or small instruments to apply controlled force to a spinal joint. The goal is to improve spinal motion and physical function of the entire body. Chiropractic adjustment at home is generally considered safe when performed for the right condition by someone who is properly trained and licensed to practice chiropractic care. Complications are rare, but they are possible. For the ailments mainly related to spinal problems people seek chiropractic care at home because it is a completely drug-free therapy. Someone dealing with joint pain, back pain, or headaches might consider visiting a chiropractor.

    The goal of chiropractic adjustment is to restore normal joint function and muscle balance. Treatments are believed to reduce stress on the immune system, reducing the potential for disease. Chiropractic care aims to address the entire body, including a person’s ability to move, perform, and even think. Recommendations for your at-home chiropractic care may incorporate exercise, hot/cold therapy, massage, nutrition as well as use of proper posture and movement skills. You will find that you do have dominion over your symptom even though there may not be a cure for the condition. You are key to your care. You can gain back the quality of life you want and deserve.




    Chiropractic treatment may require a series of visits to your chiropractor, but most people attain maximum improvement in six to 10 visits. At your initial visit, your chiropractor will ask questions about your health history and perform a physical exam, with particular attention to your spine. Your chiropractor may also recommend other examinations or tests, such as X-rays.

    During the procedure

    During a typical chiropractic adjustment, your chiropractor places you in specific positions to treat affected areas. Often, you're positioned lying face down on a specially designed, padded chiropractic table. The chiropractor uses his or her hands to apply a controlled, sudden force to a joint, pushing it beyond its usual range of motion. You may hear popping or cracking sounds as your chiropractor moves your joints during the treatment session.

    Some people experience minor side effects for a few days after chiropractic adjustment. These may include headache, fatigue or pain in the parts of the body that were treated. Chiropractic adjustment can be effective in treating low back pain, although much of the research done shows only a modest benefit — similar to the results of more conventional treatments. Some studies suggest that spinal manipulation also may be effective for headaches and other spine-related conditions, such as neck pain.



    Chiropractic treatment addresses damage, disorder, and misalignment of the joints, particularly along the spine. Chiropractic therapy can treat a wide variety of conditions, since it can correct both localized joint issues and your general posture, which can influence your overall well-being, especially your nervous system.

    • Back problems: Patients may seek treatment from chiropractors for general discomfort, postural issues, localized pain, or more complex conditions such as fibromyalgia, a chronic musculoskeletal issue.
    • Arthritis: Rheumatoid arthritis results from an immune system disorder, while osteoarthritis is the result of tissue degeneration due to aging, hormonal issues, or vitamin deficiencies. Chiropractors can help treat both types of arthritis by manipulating the joints and working to restore patients' mobility.
    • Headache: If you suffer from tension headaches, your chiropractor can help by identifying trigger points in your neck muscles. Trigger points may include the Suboccipitals, the Splenius muscles, the Trapezius, and the Sternocleidomastoid
    • Neck pain: Your neck is one of your most important yet delicate body parts. It consists of seven small vertebrae, which chiropractors refer to as the "cervical spine.”
    • Musculoskeletal Conditions: Chiropractic therapy adjusts the body's joints and overall alignment to help correct a variety of musculoskeletal conditions. Your chiropractor may be able to assist you if you suffer from any of the following:
    • Carpal tunnel syndrome
    •  Plantar fasciitis
    • Epicondylitis
    • Tendinitis
    • Sprains
    • Strains
    • Fractures
    • Ligament injuries
    • Myelopathy
    •  Whiplash
    • Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)
    • Stroke
    • Dislocation
    • Frozen joints
    • Muscle, joint, or ligament tears and pulls
    • Herniated discs
    • Scoliosis
    • Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome (MTSS)
    • Osteoarthritis
    • Ruptured discs or tendons
    • Scurvy
    • Shin splins
    • Chronic discomfort


    A foundational element to chiropractic practice is that the structure of the body, with specific emphasis on the spine, affects the function of each part of the body. By correcting alignment, chiropractors believe that undue stress is relieved, which allows the body to function properly and, in turn, heal itself from pain. Though the focus of chiropractic treatment remains on the spine, chiropractic care has now widened to include treatments for posture, nutritional counselling, and exercise education in order to supplement musculoskeletal manipulation.


    Your chiropractor may recommend certain exercises to help improve your range of motion, and may also ask what position you tend to sleep in and what shape your mattress is in. Because we spend so much of our lives on our mattresses, understanding sleep health and hygiene may be crucial in your path to recovery. Chiropractors often work with primary care doctors, pain experts, and surgeons to deliver the best, most comprehensive results to patients. Understanding your health history and current lifestyle are all important factors that aid chiropractors in delivering relief from pain. Going to a chiropractor is also a great option for those unable to afford expensive costs for surgeries to relieve spinal pain or those wanting an alternative to potentially addictive pain medication. Improved sleep quality, breathing, and increased energy are all second hand benefits when choosing to get adjusted.

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