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Elite Pro Stationary Chiropractic Table
Elite Pro Stationary Chiropractic Table
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Elite Pro Stationary Chiropractic Table

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This Chiropractic Table will add that expert touch to your facility, and your profession. It is the ultimate adjusting bench with a tilting headpiece.  Its modern design and seamless upholstery make it a true "Doctors Choice."


  • Modern design
  • Seamless upholstery
  • Weighs approximately 101 pounds (24" x 72" model)
  • Adjustable height range of 19 to 28 inches
  • Frame is finger-jointed for superior frame strength
  • Leg braces are supported with two blocks for extra strength and are virtually squeak-proof for years of quiet use
  • Soft-touch, sure-grip handles make headrest adjustments easy
  • 3" High-density foam
  • Paper roll holder and cutter attachment
  • Stationary armrest
  • Powder coated cream steel frame
  • Headrest adjusts: down 40 degrees & up 40 degrees 
  • Weight Capacity: working weight is 450 pounds, static weight is over 2000 pounds
  • Warranty: Lifetime on frame, 3 years on vinyl covering, and 5 years on foam

*Additional color options are available for an additional cost.

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