A variety of different tables to suit your needs, but which Omni table is best for you and your practice? Let’s go through the selection process to make sure you make the right choice.
The Stationary Table is designed specifically for an individual practitioner or can extend to two practitioners who are similar in height and size. The stationary table comes standard with drop mechanisms for the cervical, thoracic, lumbar and pelvis.
Also the stationary table offers the unique Omni table head piece which has a variety of operations.
The height of the stationary table can be 50cm, 55cm, or 60cm, and this measurement is to be from the floor to the top of the table.
The Total Drop Elevation Table has a sturdy and reliable elevation component which will last you for years and years. The elevation component is the highest quality throughout the world. Its Swiss designed and made to the highest exacting standards. It uses one large piece of aluminum and it is not wired, glued, or screwed like some other motors. This allows heat dissipation, which extends the life of the unit. Heat and water are the two greatest concerns for any electrode component. The durability of this motor has been proven over the last 30 years and has only improved in its performance and durability as times goes on. The elevation table is designed to suite a multi-doctor practice. This table will suit practitioners who are of different build or heights or have techniques requiring the patient to be at varying heights.
The Stationary Pneumatic Table has a set height, (heights available are 50cm, 55cm & 60cm). The pneumatic table saves the practitioner wear and tear and is for a busy practice with many clients. It enables the chiropractor to select and load the specific drop section they require to assist their patient. The sections which are loaded by the pneumatics are the thoracic, lumbar, and pelvic sections. It’s effortless for the chiropractor to adjust their clients and it will speed up adjusting times and will pay for itself in a short time.
Unless the chiropractor is seeing large volume practice, there is no need for an individual practitioner to go to the expense for this table. It is certainly the table of choice for a busy practitioner and will save time and energy over a lifetime of adjustments to your clients. This ultimately extends your adjusting life which more than pays for this table.
The pneumatic air compressor will run four tables effortlessly so the one compressor can easily handle this number of tables.
The Elevation Pneumatic Table is designed to assist the practitioner who requires a table of varying heights, but also requires faster adjusting times or ease of adjusting for the practitioner (please refer to benefits above).
Other than the long life of our elevation unit the greatest thing about the actuator (elevation motor) is it’s a single column lift. There are no scissor components where a child or anyone else can get their hands caught or stuck in the table. It has a direct upwards and downwards motion.
It is a tri-column lift which can sustain a massive shear force or stresses from the day to day demands of a busy clinic. The tri-column lift mechanism has more of the shaft in the actuator column so that there is less sideways stress on the unit. Therefore the elevation unit with it’s a long life and ability to handle substantial stresses is the reason Omni Tables Australia has selected this component it our range of tables.
We have created the attached videos for you to watch how each table operates showing the functionality so you know exactly which Omni Table is best for you and your practice.
I have 30 years’ experience as the Principal Chiropractor in my multiple clinics throughout Southeast Queensland for over 30 years.
We have been manufacturing the range of Omni Tables Australia on the Gold Coast Australia since 2012. We are continuously improving and adding to our range of tables which includes our new Automatic Flexion-Distraction table. We ship our Tables internationally which include the UK, Ireland, Europe, India, Southeast Asia and New Zealand, plus all states of Australia.