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Leander LT 950-Motorized Flexion Distraction Table with Variable Height

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Leander LT 950-Motorized Flexion Distraction with Variable Height

At Leander they understand that creating an excellent patient experience is of utmost importance to building a practice, and their tables are carefully designed with patients comfort in mind. But unlike many chiropractic tables, Leander Tables are also designed to improve the everyday posture of the chiropractic physician Patients.

Model 950 Features

  • Motorized Continuous Passive Motion (CPM) Flexion/Distraction
  • Electrical Variable Speed (EVS)
  • Electric Variable Height
  • Front Lateral Flexion with Variable Lock
  • Separate patient "Shut-off" switch
  • Multi-Function Elevation headpiece
  • Break-Away Abdominal Section
  • "One Touch" Ergonomic controls for: Cervical, Ankle sections, & Lateral flexion
  • Plug-in Electrical Foot Switches; One Each Flexion On/Off and Uplift
  • Central Caudal Section Mount Controls for Variable Height, Timer, On/Off
  • Scoliosis Kit Ready
  • 22" Table Width
  • Commercial Grade Naugahyde Upholstery
  • Full 1 year Non-Prorated Limited Warranty
Available Heights:
  • 18.5” – 24” Variable Height
  • 21” – 29”  Variable Height
Available Options for additional cost:
  • Leather Cushions
  • Cervical Drop
  • Thoracic Drop
  • Pelvic Drop
Available Colors:
  • Forest
  • Deep Violet
  • Claret
  • Burgundy
  • Chestnut
  • Terra Cotta
  • Mocha
  • Gunmetal
  • Black
  • Taupe
  • Dove
  • Dusty Shade
  • Oak
  • Graphite
  • Imperial Blue

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