Tilt Table Manual
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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.
Tilting Tables support a patient from a horizontal plane. From the horizontal position, a manual crank 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