Here is what I am thinking. I know I will not get the help here. So If I get a table that someone can strap me into and leave me there for 15 minutes, it would be better than nothing.I could have a few people trained just to do that. A medical/neuro/osteo doctor who rents my garage (practices as an osteo) and I know a few osteo's and could contact some local chiros and see if they would be interested in giving me a few treatments a week in exchange for them treating some patients on the table. So what table do you believe would be the best for me. Getting back and forth from any appointment is too difficult and takes me hours to recover to my crummy state. I need this done daily if not twice a day? I realize someone with your expertise would be the best but I must work with what I can get.uprightdoc wrote:Dania,
I would pull out every tool on the truck to work on you. The Cox 8 Table and the Triton DTS are both good for you. You need decompression from stem to stern and everything in between. After I would get a case like you under control I would set you up on automatic and leave you on for a good 12-15 minutes or so. It's not just the table, however. It's also how the doctor uses it. I own a hammer but it doesn't make me a carpenter and certainly not a master craftsman or cabinet maker.
I just received a call from a chiro that uses a very old Cox table. He is coming to my home this Friday afternoon. And will be giving me a treatment for Only $50, bless his heart. I sent my mother to him in the spring and he helped her a lot.uprightdoc wrote:I think I have some better ideas for you Dania that will accomplish far more for less.
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