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Regarding practice equipment of therapists, therapy tables are probably the most important therapy devices of all. Therapy tables and benches for therapeutic applications have to meet very special requirements. The soft comfort upholstery should be washable, a paper roll holder may be needed, headrests in special shapes are sometimes desirable. In addition, the height must be easy to change, because therapists should also be able to work comfortably.

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Therapy tables, massage tables and relaxation room tables - always the right equipment for therapy rooms

Stationary massage tables or therapy tables: What do you need for which applications?

In their simplest form, the therapy tables are softly padded examination tables on a stable frame and are considered medical devices. They are either stationary and at the therapist's working height, or they are height-adjustable. Mobile loungers are equipped with castors so that they can be used in different rooms. Therapy tables can consist of several parts so that the lying surface can be adapted to the corresponding treatment. For example, the leg section can then be positively adjusted and, in combination with the torso padding, the therapy table can be brought into a roof position. Vojta & Bobath tables offer a very large therapy area and with different pad widths they create further therapy options.

For the massage, patients must be able to lie relaxed, even if they are in pain or are restricted in any way. This is why massage tables are often height-adjustable, and the head section can be moved and tilted separately. There is also an indentation in the head cushion so that the back of the head or face can be relaxed. Three-part headboards provide additional armrests that allow the therapist to work comfortably. If the tables are "only" used for relaxation or for patient examinations, the special headrests are not necessary. In addition, the practice tables have a pleasantly wide surface, which can also be expanded with additional modules.

Therapy tables with electric or hydraulic height adjustment

First of all, of course, both are comfortable and easy to use: The height-adjustable table brings the patient to a height that allows the therapist to work in a relaxed manner. This is important because you can only last a full working day in a body-friendly posture. If there are sockets in the vicinity of the installation site, an electrically operated couch is of course very comfortable. But a socket is not available everywhere - this is why a hydraulically height-adjustable treatment table can be advantageous. And of course, a hydraulically adjustable table can also be moved back and forth between different rooms more easily. The hydraulic levers are usually located on the two long sides of the treatment table. In the case of electrically operated practice tables, the height of the underframe can be comfortably adjusted, e.g. using a lifting column, a foot switch / foot section or a hand switch. At Kübler Sport, a locking box is installed as standard on every electrically height-adjustable therapy table and is therefore not an optional extra. It enables the examination tables to be locked, which is normally done with a key.

Are there differences in treatment tables with adjustable head sections?

Adjustable headrests can be 1-part or 3-part, with and without a nose slot. And of course these are interchangeable: a lounger can easily be converted. For therapists, the decisive factor is whether the headboard can be adjusted continuously or only in fixed steps, how many steps there are and how far it can be tilted. With three-part headrests, the armrests may also or only be adjustable.

What should be considered when buying the therapy table?

When purchasing a therapy table, you should pay particular attention to two different aspects:

  1. Room size / requirements
  2. Load capacity of the table

What requirements should a room meet?

It is important that the therapy table not only fits the application, but also the room. While a folding lounger that is stationary on the wall fits best in one room for reasons of space, a mobile lounger may be more suitable in another, larger room. For very small treatment rooms, there are suitcase massage benches that can be folded up into a handy suitcase in a few simple steps - if the room is used for other purposes, it disappears inconspicuously in a corner. The suitcase fits in the car, so that this couch accompanies therapists on the go.

Is there a free power socket wherever the couch is to be used? If so, everything is fine: As long as the cable does not interfere, it can be an electrically height-adjustable therapy table. However, you are more flexible with a hydraulically height-adjustable treatment table - it can also be used when there is no power outlet nearby. Buying therapy tables therefore always means being aware of the practice rooms.

How should the table be loaded?

Another aspect is resilience. This differs between the different models, depending on how stable the substructure is. If tables are often transported from room to room, they should be equipped with robust and smooth-running castors. The headboard is the next important point: it can be adjustable in height and inclination, can be one or three-part, but it can also be just a fixed headboard. Not every separately available headrest fits every table.

Are there therapy tables with different upholstery colors?

Physiotherapy devices are colorful - treatment tables are too. Of course, the cushions and the lying surfaces of the couch do not have to be gray! If you have fun with a little color in the practice, choose the lounger that matches the furnishings. In addition to black, white and gray upholstery, the loungers are very often found with blue or orange upholstery. Metal frames with a silver-gray powder coating are standard, but there are even treatment tables with a frame made of wood and upholstery in a leather look. Cushions in red and white synthetic leather look very elegant.

With all the joy of color, hygiene is of course important. The manufacturers usually make sure that the surfaces of the therapy tables can be cleaned and disinfected. Some models have hidden paper roll holders on the underside, which hold a layer of paper ready for each new patient - comfort across the board.

Who are therapy tables suitable for?

Therapy tables that are used by chiropractors, masseurs, osteopaths, and other therapists in their practices should have individual and special properties that make treatment easy and effective. It is therefore important to select the treatment bench according to the corresponding area of application, so that all requirements, such as an osteopath for an osteopathic table, are met.