About Cardon

We Listen. We Design. We Manufacture.

Over the past 40 years Cardon has evolved into a full concept, design, engineering and manufacturing company with a focus on safety, strength and sustainability. Our lines of products include; treatment tables, therapeutic exercise equipment such as pulley systems and exercise benches, and treatment accessories.

We benefit from our 35+ years of experience and relationship building with professionals, concerned about using the best and safest product to treat their patients with while maintaining the highest return on investment in the industry.

Experts acknowledge Cardon products to be the most reliable and stable in existence, requested and purchased by some of the most prestigious Universities and teaching hospitals in North America. Here’s what they have to say!

Cardon Tretment Table

The Cardon Advantage

Benefits of the Cardon Advantage

Design Excellence

Design Excellence

  • Our customers are part of the process

  • We exceed customer expectations with innovative and superior quality products

  • MADE IN CANADA, our in-house manufacturing ensures QUALITY AT THE SOURCE

Safety

Safety

  • Extensive product testing

  • Use of exceptional quality materials

  • Each and every component is selected based on quality and performance and verified internally

Return on Investment

Return on Investment

  • Proven track record of longevity of our products

  • Our design and manufacturing methods reduce your total cost of ownership

  • Designed to outperform and outlast any other table on the market

FundingResearch

Proud sponsor of research in the field of
Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy 

AAOMPT Cardon Rehabilitation Grant

The Cardon Rehabilitation Grant has supported the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists (AAOMPT) research since 2003. The Grant funds studies which advance knowledge within orthopaedic manual physical therapy. Appropriate topics include diagnostic studies, effectiveness studies of OMPT interventions, and investigative studies in motor control or pain science. The primary investigator must be a member in good standing with the AAOMPT. Many of these studies have been published in several different respected peer reviewed journals.

Recent recipients of the Cardon Rehabilitation Grant include;

2014

Jennifer Reneker, from Walsh University and her team Donaldson, Hassen, Martin, Moughiman, Cook, Congeni for their research entitles: “A Feasibility Study for a Randomized Controlled Trial on the Effectiveness of Early Physical Therapy Intervention for Patients with Dizziness after a Sports-Related Concussion” Individuals with Low Back Pain: A Randomized Controlled Trial”. ($3,000 funding)
“Toby” Kinney and Ryan Mizner from University of Montana for their research entitled: “”The Relationship Among Cervical Joint Mobility, Postural Sway and Cervical Spine Kinesthetic Awareness in Individuals Post-Concussion”. ($3,000 funding)

2013

Chad Cook, PT, PhD from Walsh University, Division of Physical Therapy in North Canton, Ohio and his team Megan Donaldson, PT, PhD, Ken Learman, PT, PhD and Shannon Petersen, PT, DScPT for their research entitled: “The Investigation of a Prescriptively Prescribed Non-Thrust Manipulation versus a Pragmatically Prescribed Non-Thrust Manipulation for Treatment of Individuals with Low Back Pain: A Randomized Controlled Trial”. ($3,000 funding)
Jason Beneciuk, PT, PhD from Brooks Rehabilitation in Jacksonville, Florida and the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida and his team Joel Bialosky, PT, PhD, Renata Salvatori, PT, DPT, Raine Osborne, PT, DPT and Mark Spatola, MD for their research entitled: “Mid-Thoracic Spine Thrust Manipulation for Individuals Status Post-Surgical Cervical Fusion”. ($3,000 funding)

2012

Cardon grant award of $6,000 to Alexis Wright, PT, PhD, High Point University, and her-co-investigators Craig Wassinger, PT, PhD, and Alicia Emerson-Kavchak, PT, MS for their research proposal entitled: “Subacute Effects of Cervicothoracic Spinal Manipulation in Addition to Shoulder Manual Therapy Plus Exercise Intervention in Individuals with Subacromial Impingement Syndrome: A Randomized, Controlled Clinical Trial Pilot Study”. 

2011

Deyle G, Rhon D, Gill N, Hando B, Allison S. Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy versus Corticosteroid Injections for Osteoarthritis of the Knee ($3000)
Petersen S,  Sillevis R, Cook C. The Use of a Home Exercise Program to Augment a Manual Therapy Intervention: A Randomized Controlled Trial (3,000)

COMPTSIG Cardon Rehabilitation Grant

The Cardon Rehabilitation Grant has supported the California Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy Special Interest Group (COMPTSIG) research since 2012. The purpose of the grant is to fund research efforts that relate to the science and/or practice of orthopedic manual physical therapy (OMPT). The principal investigator must be a member in good standing with the CPTA .

Recent recipients of the Cardon Rehabilitation Grant include;

2014

Clare Lewis, PT, DPT, PsyD, FAAOMPT “Further Development of a Tool Designed to Perform Spinal Joint Mobilization”.

2013

Investigators:  Primary investigator: Michael O’Donnell, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT, Co-investigator: Jo Armour Smith, PT, MManTh, OCS, Collaborator: Kornelia Kulig, PhD, PT, FAPTA, Collaborator: Alex Abzug, PT, DPT
“How should we teach lumbar manipulation? A consensus study and biomechanical assessment of operator dynamics during side-lying lumbar manipulation”

2012

Clare Lewis, PT, DPT, PsyD, FAAOMPT – “Development of a Tool to Perform Joint Mobilization”