Tilt Tables: For Physical Therapy, Blood Pressure Testing

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Tilt Table

A primary use of the Tilt Table is to transitionally bring a patient into a progressively upright standing position.  They are used with bedridden, wheelchair bound patients or with people who are unable to support their own weight due to neurological impairment or injury.

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Bailey Manual and Electric Upholstered Tilt Tables

Starting at: $1,428.02

  • Metal walk-off footplate with safety tread - Gives patients secure footing when getting on and off the table, eliminating the possibility of slipping
  • Shock-absorbing casters - A smooth ride eliminates some of the anxiety patients may feel when being transported in an upright position
Bailey Manufacturing Company

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Hausmann Electric Tilt Table

Starting at: $4,388.95

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  • 2" foam top remains comfortable and won't warp with use
  • 4" casters allow for movement around room and lock for safety
Hausmann Industries

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Hausmann Manual Crank Tilt Table

Starting at: $3,653.95

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  • Tilt indicator from 0 to 90 degrees allows for easy recording
  • Three sets of straps keep patient safe and securely fastened
Hausmann Industries

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Hausmann Wheelchair Accessible Hi-Lo Tilt Table

Starting at: $5,230.95

  • Electric motor smoothly tilts the table to the desired angle
  • Foot controls keep the clinician's hands free for patient and therapy
Hausmann Industries

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Tuscan Adjustable Height Tilt Table

Starting at: $2,957.62

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  • Includes an activity tray for use while standing
  • Dual motors for easier height and angle adjustments
Stonehaven Medical

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Metron Value Crank Adjustable Tilt Table

Starting at: $4,161.20

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  • User-friendly
  • Total Customization
Metron Medical

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Metron Plus Electric Fixed-Height Tilt Table

Starting at: $4,895.44

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  • Assists in standing
  • Aids in blood flow and exercising
Metron Medical

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Dynatronics Access Bariatric Hi Lo Portable Tilt Table

Starting at: $5,753.60

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  • Offers a smooth and quiet tilt function
  • Folds away to convert the table into an examination and treatment table

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Additional Safety Strap for Hausmann Tilt Tables

Starting at: $81.95

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  • Hook and loop closures allow for adjustments
  • Helps to keep patient more comfortable and supposed
Hausmann Industries

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Primary Use of the Tilt Table:
Tilting Tables support a patient from a horizontal plane (flat bed-like position).  From the horizontal position, a manual crank or electric motor is then activated to slowly initiate the process of transitioning the table from a horizontal plane toward an increasingly vertical standing position, while the patient is properly secured to the table with safety positioning straps.  The tilt table relies upon the use of gravity to do it's work.  Gravity is known to benefit and support the functioning of our internal organs and physiological systems.  Research has proven that extremity weight bearing will improve bone density and joint development.  When standing occurs, even from within a partial vertical plane position, our muscles are elongated and physiological respiration and endurance can be improved upon.  Tilt tables are proudly offered by Rehabmart from high quality manufacturers such as Bailey Manufacturing and Hausmann Industries.

What additional features should I consider?
Tilt Tables feature a footplate to support the patient’s weight and offer positioning for the feet while standing in a tilted position. Some Tilt Tables are designed to tilt a few degrees below horizontal, while others go from a 90 degree angle to a completely flat 180 degree horizontal position.  Powered table versions with electric motors are available to make the process smoother and less taxing on the caregiver.  Most electric motors offer a soft start-up and landing which may be less disturbing for the patient as compared to sudden stopping or bumping. Choose from a wide variety of widths and from a range of durable vinyl upholstery to suit your needs. Metal walk off plates may also feature safety tread.  Safety straps should always be used to ensure optimal safety and security for the patient.

How does a Tilt Table function?
A Hi-Low Tilt Table provides an add-on feature of vertically raising and lowering the entire table from the horizontal "bed-like" starting position, which is useful for transfers and for preparing the patient for treatment. With pneumatic hand controls or foot controls, the therapist may adjust both the vertical height and the angle of tilt accordingly during the procedure, facilitating a smooth and efficient treatment session without physical strain to the healthcare professional. The upholstery is designed to be easy to clean and hygienic. Locking casters prevent any migration of the table during a procedure. Electric tables are designed to operate efficiently with quiet motors.  Additional features are described on each individual table.

What are other common uses for a Tilt Table?
Your doctor or therapist may recommend a Tilt Table test if he/she suspects that neurocardiogenic syncope is responsible for fainting and needs additional testing to confirm the diagnosis. This test allows doctors to evaluate your body's cardiovascular response to the change in position in space. Not all Tilt Tables are designed for these procedures and those specific tables will be labeled to indicate their intended use. Tilt Tables are often used to acclimate a bed-ridden patient to standing.  They are great treatment choices to use for patients who may not be ready to begin standing in a standing frame.  When patients are physically ready to transition to a standing program, it is good to take a look at the Rehabmart Standing Frames category.   Additionally, Tilt Tables are not to be confused with Inversion Tables, which are specifically designed to hold the user in an upside down position.

Hulet Smith, OT
Rehabmart Co-Founder & CEO

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