Lloyd Galaxy Stationary

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Lloyd Galaxy Stationary Table


Excellent value for the chiropractor who just wants a basic table. All cushions, head rest and ankle rests are fully adjustable. Chest and pelvic cushions can be separated manually to accommodate shorter or taller patients. Heights are available from 18" to 28".




  • Fully extended: 82" long x 22" wide


  • Fully retracted: 61" long x 22" wide


  • Shipping weight: 205 lbs. (approximately)


  • Weight: 145 lbs.
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Brand Name Lloyd
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