The newly engineered TradeFlex Manual Flexion table is a workhorse, giving you and your patients a wide variety of options, from drops and headpieces to height, elevation and even long-axis distraction. You will appreciate the electric tension controls and removable flexion control t-bar that will allow you to move freely around the table. Your patients will benefit from the ability to perform figure-8 range of motion traction, a smooth range of 15 degrees of lateral flexion and a flexion depth of 15 degrees to accommodate almost any angle of drive.
The TradeFlex Manual Flexion table also offers versatilty that will save you time and money, allowing for optimum correction of spinal subluxations or disc problems yet still functioning as an exam, adjusting or therapy table.
Base Table Features
Rear Lateral Flexion
Electric Spring Tension
Paper Roller, Cutter & Guide Bar
Elevation Option: 22” to 29” lowered height, ordered in 1” increments as measured from the floor to top of cushions. Elevation offers 8” of lift for patient convenience and doctor comfort.
Height Option: 20.5” to 27.5” lowered height, ordered in 1” increments with standard non-elevating base as measured from the floor to the top of cushions
Extended Length (with ankle extension): 83”
Ankle Extension Width: 25”
Pelvic Cushion Width: 22” (Note: The pelvic cushion will drop in either a flexed, neutral or extended position and can be locked while in a flexed position.)
Thoracic/Lumbar Cushion Width: 22”
Cervical Cushion Width: 16”
Lifting Capacity: 350 lbs.
Voltage: 115 V
Frequency: 60 Hz
Shipping Weight: 460 lbs.
Shipping Dimensions: 89” L x 31” W x 31” H
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Great for the money
TradeFlex Manual Flexion Table
I recently purchased the TradeFlex table and it is very similar to the other flexion distraction table I have but this one has the added feature of raising or lowering to meet me at the right level rather then altering my posture. The one big draw back is that the lateral flexion button is just difficult to keep depressed to swivel a patient while using the flexion. It is a little cumbersome to find ways around this but otherwise the table is well built and a great value to its competitors.
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Q: the angle of caudal flexion?
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Created on Tuesday, August 26, 2014 by vic