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Activator® I Adjusting Instrument Tool

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$199.99

 

Chiropractic Activator® I Adjusting Instrument

The Original ACTIVATOR Instrument is the first high-speed, low force chiropractic adjusting instrument of its kind. The ACTIVATOR I, created by Dr. Arlan Fuhr, D.C., provides accurate and consistent thrust to help heal injuries of the spine and extremities. Its traditional design is still a favorite among many practitioners today, delivering reliabil-ity and results using mild strength. The ACTIVATOR I is designed to deliver a mild thrust which is gentle enough to be used on pediatric and geriatric patients. Made of stainless steel, this device has a one-year warranty and is Made in the USA.

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Q: I too would like to know what warranty this activator has before purchasing it! Also, is this a brand new never used before activator or simply a refurbished one? My Chiropractor has advised me to buy one for personal use. He stressed it should be a brand new one with a warranty. He also advised me to look for the best deal!
Created on Sunday, December 7, 2014 by Packersfan
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Q: What level force (lbs/millisec) does this deliver?
Created on Monday, June 2, 2014 by cat
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Q: hello, do you ship to Toronto, Canada? If so, how much will the shipping be? Thanks, Monica
Created on Monday, March 31, 2014 by Monica
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Q: Can you use this if youhave a pacemaker?If you do and have a pacemaker whatdoes it do to your pacemaker?
Created on Wednesday, March 19, 2014 by wall
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