How do you pick a table height? The rule of thumb is to measure from the floor to the top of your patella. That measurement provides the most mechanical advantage for doing side posture adjusting. We suggest adding 1 inch to that number if you will be doing a lot of side posture and 2 inches if you will mostly be using the drop to adjust the patient's low back and pelvis.
*For the first six months after delivery of your new stationary table, Sun Chiro Table, at no expense to you, will exchange the legs initially supplied with a set that will make the table a different height. No leg exchange, however, is offered on our skateboard woodwork. For tables with oak legs, you will be required to provide a credit card to keep on file until you have returned the original legs with the supplied pre-paid return label. If oak legs are not returned within 30 days of arrival, your card on file will be charged the total purchase price of $200 per set.