Teeter announces the availability of their clinical model DFM Inversion Table.
The DFM Inversion Table is designed specifically for chiropractic use and offers many features to benefit both the clinician and patient. The motorized inversion control allows the clinician to gently and gradually introduce inversion to virtually any patient. With adjustable knee bolsters and arm supports, the Teeter DFM is designed to accommodate a wide range of patients. Its gravity lock ankle clamp system with extended handle provides maximum ease-of-use and security, and the DFM’s intelligent design allows patients to be treated in either supine or prone positions.
The fully synchronized, motorized control allows angle adjustments to be made in increments as small as a single degree. While the DFM will invert to a full 90 degrees, new patients will start experiencing the benefits of inversion at angles as slight as 20 degrees.
Chiropractors find that they are able to deliver much more effective adjustments to patients who have first been decompressed by inversion. The DFM delivers progressive decompression, the benefits of which are supported by numerous studies indicating that inversion relieves many types of discogenic-based back pain. Inversion also aids in rehydrating intervertebral discs, relaxing muscles, realigning the weight-bearing joints, and stimulating the flow of the cardiovascular and lymph systems.
Every DFM comes with an Implementation Guide with detailed information on how to fully integrate inversion into a chiropractic practice, including suggested treatment protocols for Acute, Sub-Acute, and Chronic conditions, and instructions on how to treat patients new to inversion.
Visit www.teeter-inversion.com for more info.