- Hill HA90C has sections that can be raised up several inches and then gently “dropped” down with the weight of the patient which helps in treating the subluxation by transferring the force by which the table is dropping to your joint.
- This system takes the advantage of the spine’s inherent design of the joints in order to move the spinal segment in the direction that will improve the motion.
- All of the pneumatic components on the Hill HA90C are supplied by a large air-storage tank and mini-compressor which are neatly enclosed within the table’s base skirting.
- The drops includes Cervical, Thoracic, Lumbar, and Pelvic. Once a section has been dropped, it is instantly reset with the simple touch of a foot pedal.
- The Cervical Drop has dual action enabling either straight or forward-drop action. All drops are controlled by the included foot-strips located on both sides of the table.
You can choose from the available models according to your specific needs:
Hill HA90C Manual Drop
• The Manual-Drop Hill HA90C includes cervical, thoracic and lumbar drops in addition to thoracic Breakaway, thoracic release and lock.
Hill HA90C Air Drop
• The Air-Drop HA90C includes Cervical, thoracic, Lumbar, and Pelvic drops. All drops are controlled by tapping the foot pedal.
• The HA90C also provided with Air thoracic Breakaway.
• The Hill HA90C is perfect for Therapists who want a full-featured drop chiropractic table.
• Advanced Air-Power allows more varieties of movements.
• The table responds fluently to just a few pounds of force—an extension of you, empowering your skills as an agent of healing.
• The available drops can cover all the spine area including Cervical, Thoracic, Lumbar, and Pelvic sections. Once a section has been dropped, it is instantly reset with the simple touch of a foot pedal.
• The table features enable you to use on or more drop at the same time.
The General Hill HA90C Technical Specifications and Features:
• Adjustable height - 55 cm to 79 cm.
• Width 61 cm, Length 192 cm.
• Tilting Headpiece, 30° positive and negative tilt.