The Omni Tables comes in a range of choices, all which have a very narrow base enabling ease of use for the chiropractor to get around the table, without anything to trip over, hit or knock.
The tables come in a range of heights and designs to assist the practitioner, such as a stationary table which will serve an individual practitioner, to an elevation table, which is more suited to a multi doctor practice or a practitioner who has a range of techniques requiring different height for the patient. The pneumatic table aids the chiropractor in ease of adjusting by using the pneumatic process to raise and lower the drop piece by selecting one, two, or all drop mechanisms simultaneously.
The Omni Tables are designed with a foot cocking or a foot loading mechanism. This places less stress on the practitioner in using the larger muscles of the body in the leg, as opposed to an arm locking or an arm cocking table. The difficulty with an arm loading table, as the arm is not as durable or strong as the lower limb, many practitioners have found that they’ll damage or injure a wrist, elbow or shoulder on themselves. This places a lot more wear and tear on the practitioner throughout the day by creating repetitive physical stress.
The Omni Tables have a narrow top, around 52-centimeters. This allows the patient to lay on the table, and the chiropractor to move around the patient quite comfortably and easily, giving access to all parts of the client, depending on the various techniques the chiropractor may use.
With the leg piece, the mechanism can extend, suiting all clients’ size and height, and the headpiece is extremely adjustable for the client. One of the key components about the headpiece, is, as the client will lay from side to side for a practitioner offering a sideline technique, it’s a simple depression of the headpiece mechanism to raise the headpiece to have it act as a pillow or headrest for the client, adding to comfort for your client, not just the chiropractor.
The tables tapered in the thoracic area of the table to allow the practitioner access to the cervical thoracic region without any part of the table allowing easy access.
You can also remove the mid thoracic section to adjust children or small adults. This allows you to use the lumbar and pelvis drop piece. (See below)
The hand rest is well-positioned to accommodate all patient types and sizes. The thoracic area of the table can be raised so any chiropractor who wishes to do an anterior thoracic process, simply just raises this section up without having to move the patient off the table to another area.
The pelvic section of the table can also drop in the elevated position, offering ease of adjustments for a pregnant patient or someone with an enlarged abdomen. The motor used for the elevation section is silent and rises effortlessly to suit the height of any practitioner. It is an amazing durable component which will offer years of use.