This four-section traction table features a friction-free gliding lumbar section and a turret-mounted traction pedestal, with head and foot sections that incline up to 90°. The head section has a face slot and lowers to 25°; the table height adjusts from 21.5 to 41.5. The split-section design allows the clinician to perform treatment with lower intensities than a continuous slab, as well as more effective intermittent traction. The elevating foot section can be used as a head section when providing cervical traction, positioning the patient in the semi-Fowler's position; this also allows the clinician to change the angle of applied cervical traction. The adjustable head section allows for comfort in both prone and supine traction when delivering lumbar treatments. The table has a lift and can be used as an additional treatment table when not delivering traction; up to 400-pound lifting capacity. A hand control comes standard with the unit, with optional foot control and retractable front caster available. Traction unit sold separately.