Numeric-comp seems to have some fairly complicated stuff in it, and it's not my usual hunting ground, but I think this will work.
What I've done is create a new cite command (
\citeu for "cite uncompressed"): citations with
\cite are compressed as normal; citations with
\citeu are uncompressed, but still sorted. (In fact, the macros for them are just taken from the "ordinary"
For a cleaner interface you might like to set up an environment for your tables which would (within a group, of course)
(The MWE is largely ... borrowed ... from the answer you have referenced).