Pain management tables
At Surgical Tables Inc., our pain management tables are designed to fully accommodate C-arm positioning giving the best possible access to C-arm equipment for maximum image resolution. Our unique pain management design also allows for added space for caregivers offering benefits for any procedure room.
Our tables are designed for pain management procedures that require stability, caregiver access, and silent and vibration-free operation, making them perfect for procedures that require image guidance. Our carbon fiber tabletop supports the use of portable C-arms as well as ceiling-hung models. The radiolucent tabletop surface has been designed to not have any cross-members, allowing for full visualization and easy C-Arm positioning.
Our Pain Management tables offer the Best Choice in terms of Performance and Price
When you look at the features we’ve packed into our pain management tables, you’ll see why practices across the country are using them for their delicate procedures:
- Cantilevered, diving board style design offers provider easy C-arm access
- 500 lbs of patient capacity
- Comfortable 2″ high-quality padding means greater patient comfort
- Facial cutout for prone procedures
- Lightweight and maneuverable table
- 24″ table width eliminates arm board requirements in most cases
- Added safety and stability with easy-to-use wheel locks
- Superior maneuverability means easy and safe table-to-table patient transfer
- Several models to choose from
The ideal C-arm Imaging table for these procedures would be one of the following:
With cost effective versatility and technology designed into each of our pain management tables, you’ll easily be able to meet the needs of your patients while also staying within budget. Give your pain management procedure room the flexibility and efficiency that come with a Surgical Tables Inc. pain management table.
For a price quote or more information, call 888-737-5044 today.
Pain management often involves special interventional fluoroscopic guided procedures using a C-arm and a carbon fiber imaging table to treat and manage pain. Interventional procedures might include an injection of an anesthetic medicine or steroid around nerves, tendons, joints or muscles; spinal cord stimulation; insertion of a drug delivery system; or a procedure with radiofrequency ablation to stop a nerve from working for a long period of time. These procedures can be performed in hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers or physician offices.