Comfort Wave S10 Hydromassage Table ~ For Home Use
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The ComfortWave S10 model is designed to be used in people’s homes.
It is nearly identical to the Pro S10. The main difference is the Pro S10 Hydromassage Table has in internal radiator which allows you to
run it all day without the water getting too hot. Both models have heaters to maintain a minimum temperature of the water.
The pump adds extra heat when the table is running and the radiator gets rid of that extra heat. In a home setting, no one ever
uses the table enough to ever need the radiator. Removing the radiator allowed us to sell the ComfortWave S10 for
$400 less than the Pro S10.
Imagine the incredible feeling of your body being massaged by pulsating jets of warm water. The heat relaxes you and
the pressure of the water jets against your body soothes your aches and pains. All you do is set the timer, lie back and relax.
In as little as ten minutes, you will be able to feel the changes in your body.
Benefits of the Comfort Wave S10 Hydromassage Table
• Help relieve your pain so you can move easier
• Increase blood circulation to help your body function better
• Help reduce stress and fatigue so your mind is clearer
• Help your mind and body relax so you can feel calm and sleep better
ComfortWave S10 Hydromassage Table Features:
- • Simple, easy-to-use controls
- • Users get a heated massage on their neck, back and shoulders throughout the treatment
- • Features 3 stainless steel water jets for more pressure and a long life
- • 3-30 minute timer
- • Adjustable massage pressure from 14 to 17 psi
- • Heating pad with adjustable thermostat, 70 F to 100 F
- • Laying on a water-filled mattress results in excellent heat transfer
- • Quiet operation
- • Easy disinfecting between users, just wipe it off
|Table Dimensions||74″ L x 23″ W x 23″ H (65″ L without the leg rest)|
|Table Weight||132 lbs. without water, 315 lbs. with water|
|Water Mattress||36″ L x 17″ W, 21 Gallon Capacity|
|Massage Area||36″ L x 10″ W|
|Weight Limit of User||350 lbs.|
|Electrical||120 volt, 14 amp|
|Frame||Steel Frame with Upholstered Side Panels|
|Safety Standards||Our manufacturing facility and our tables are properly registered with the United States Food and Drug |
Administration as Class I medical devices. We build our tables to UL standard 1647.
|Prop 65||WARNING: Cancer & Reproductive Harm – www.P65Warnings.ca.gov|
Learn more here: https://sidmar.com/prop65/
Note: We have been manufacturing hydromassage tables since 1992. Our products have never harmed anyone.
|Warranty||1 year factory parts warranty|
|Production Time||We will build and ship your table in just a few days|
|Shipping Time||Usually 2 to 5 business days within the 48 contiguous states|
|Disinfecting||Click to view vinyl disinfecting instructions.|
How to Use
You simply lie back, completely clothed, on the table. Just under the surface is a mattress filled with heated water. A pump propels the warm water towards you through three patented hydro-jets. Each jet spins at nearly 200 revolutions per minute. A primary wave and a lighter, secondary wave combine to produce a very effective deep tissue massage to all areas of the spine simultaneously. The combination of flotation, heat and massage produce the therapeutic effects and are described below.
Hydrotherapy tables use flotation, heat and massage to produce therapeutic effects.
The term hydrotherapy, by definition, refers to the use of water in the treatment of disease or trauma. In a broad sense, hydrotherapy includes water treatment utilizing any of the three natural forms of water; solid, liquid or vapor. The most common technique for hydrotherapy involves the use of the small whirlpool tanks. These tanks permit immersion within the agitated water of one or more extremities or the patient may sit in the tub. Larger therapy units (e.g., a Hubbard tank), incorporating larger whirlpools, can accommodate both a patient and a therapist.
Flotation: Water is extremely buoyant. When the body is placed on the water mattress, there is minimal strain on the weight-bearing joints. Additionally, few if any muscles are required to hold the body up or in position. These two conditions combine to help the patient’s body relax resulting in an increased physiologic response to treatment.
Heat: Heat is evenly conducted through the skin and into the muscles and soft tissues of the body. The heat expands blood vessels, increases blood and lymphatic circulation, increases metabolism and has a sedative effect.
Massage: The pressure of the water on the body increases venous and lymphatic flow. One of the effects of the resulting stimulation is increased molecular motion in the skin that may aid the healing process. Hydromassage helps works out trigger points in the muscles, which are localized areas of hyperirritability that induce a cycle of spasm, pain, tension, weakness and limited range of motion in the joints.
Hydromassage focuses on the muscular system, the fascia, the circulatory and lymphatic systems or a combination of these body systems. Fascia is the connective tissue that attaches organs to organs, muscles to bones (tendons) and bones to bones (ligaments). The lymphatic system carries lymph, a clear or yellowish substance that flows throughout the body, filtering foreign matter and removing excess fluid, protein and waste products from the tissues and transporting them to the blood to be circulated and eliminated.
The major physiologic effects of hydrotherapy can be summarized as follows:
- Increases circulation and metabolic rates
- Increases mobility
- Relaxes and relieves fatigue
- Promotes tissue healing and repair
- Relieves muscle spasms and pain
- Helps remove metabolic toxins
- Relaxes capillaries and other soft tissues
- Increases blood volume and oxygen consumption
- Relieves pain of myositis and neuritis
- Soothes irritated cutaneous nerves
- Lessens general nervousness
- Dilates blood vessels
- Soothes nerves of the visceral organs
Controlling The Water Temperature
The temperature of the water is controlled by an electronic thermostat which is adjustable from 70° to 100° Fahrenheit. Although you can adjust the temperature of the water, you rarely will. Most users keep the temperature between 90°-100°. You just set it once and forget it. If you decide to change the setting, the thermostat is located under the seat cushion. Simply turn the dial to the desired temperature.