- Both drops feature a crisp, straight drop with adjustable tension. The difference is the cushion surface. The Extremity Drop (with a flat cushion) is ideal for adjusting shoulders, elbows, wrists, knees, ankles, etc. The Speeder (with a raised "bump" on the surface) is a valuable tool for students to practice their adjusting technique. Designed by Dr. Thuli in 1982 while attending Palmer College, these drops have withstood the test of time and will serve you well!
Use drop technique wherever you are!The Lumbo-Pelvic Drop is ideal for pelvic, lumbar, thoracic and extremity adjusting. With a quick & crisp drop, it tapers toward the inferior end for patient comfort and the stabilization base distributes the weight and adjusting forces across a broad area. Conveniently transports in the Carrying Bag.
Two crisp drops in one headpiece.With both straight and forward motion drops, you can utilize a variety of cervical adjusting techniques, including side posture Toggle Recoil. The stabilization base distributes the weight and forces of cervical adjusting over a broad area, while the contoured face cushions provide for patient comfort.
Zip & go!The Accessory Bag is ideal for transporting table accessories and portable drops (with some additional room for those inevitable extras!). It is equipped with an adjustable shoulder strap, carrying handle and front zipper closure. Made of weather-resistant Cordura nylon. Lightweight, yet durable.