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Inventor:
Damron; Scott
Address:
Smyrna, GA
No. of patents:
2
Patents:












Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7424759 Adjustable head-support for therapy tables September 16, 2008
A head rest that includes a cushion and a support plate. The facial surface area that contacts the cushion is maximized by using a contoured upper surface for the cushion, a contoured upper surface for the support plate or a combination of both. The head rest also includes a holder for
7080420 Adjustable head-support for therapy tables July 25, 2006
A head rest that includes a cushion and a support plate. The facial surface area that contacts the cushion is maximized by using a contoured upper surface for the cushion, a contoured upper surface for the support plate or a combination of both. The head rest also includes a holder for










 
 
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