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This topic contains 6 replies, has 2 voices, and was last updated by   Brandon Cohen DC, CSCS November 29, 2018 at 5:56 pm.

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    Brandon Cohen DC, CSCS
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      What do you call the lumbar table when talking with your patients?

      I’ve been calling it “the table,” but this is confusing because I call the Lifetimer “the table.”

      I tried using “lumbar table” but that didn’t register with anybody.

      Today, I’m trying out, “little table” and will see how that goes.

      How do you refer to it? Somebody has to have something better than what I’m doing that will help me streamline communication.

      #3150

      Eric Lambert, DC
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        I’ve always called it the lumbar flexion table, never had anyone question me on it.

        #3151

        Brandon Cohen DC, CSCS
        Participant

          Manypeople in California still require a point and, “this guy over here” explanation for lumbar.

          #3152

          Drew Ruebbelke
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            I call it the low back flexion table or low back treatment table. Sometimes I say, “We’re going to treat the adhesion in your deep low back muscles on the little powerhouse table over here.”

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            Danielle Hommer, DC
            Participant

              I say little table & big table – 3rd grade level.

              #3154

              Seth Schultz, DC
              Participant

                I just point at it and call it the low back table.

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                Brandon Cohen DC, CSCS
                Participant

                  Thanks, everybody. This is why you get paid the big bucks.

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