The 10 Best Physical Therapy Tables
This wiki has been updated 15 times since it was first published in March of 2018. While there's nothing wrong with stretching out on the sofa for a foot massage or a back rub, it's not a particularly good substitute for using a well-made physical therapy table. Our selection features a variety of models suitable for casual and professional use, from basic, fixed designs to those that offer motorized height adjustments, tilting headrests, and pads for arm support. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. If you'd like to contribute your own research to the Wiki, please get started by reviewing this introductory video.
October 21, 2019:
When used in conjunction with your favorite massage oil, a sturdy physical therapy table can help you to rub away tension and stress from your loved ones or clients. These tables come in a variety of designs – some no-nonsense models that include just the basics (like the Master Massage Harvey featured here) or ones packed with bells and whistles to provide both convenience and comfort (like the Sierra Comfort All Inclusive, which comes with a removable face cradle, armrests, a pouch for oil, a bar for holding a towel, a semicircular bolster, and cotton fitted sheets).
Speaking of convenience, the newly added Earthlite Ellora is made with ease-of-use in mind, featuring a foot pedal so you can control the height without needing to strain your arms, hands, or back. You’re sure to find a color that suits your taste or décor, as it’s offered in Mystic Blue, Vanilla Crème, Latte, Beige, Sterling, or basic Black. It’s ADA compliant, offering easy wheelchair transfer, and its embedded wheels on bottom make it simple to move around for cleaning or repositioning. It offers a lifetime warranty on the frame, a three-year warranty on the upholstery, and a two-year warranty on the electronic motor.
Leaving the list today is the Master Massage StratoMaster Pro, due to issues with availability.