FrankATracy: I have a Teeter EP-560 and I would give it a 5 out of 5 stars. You are
better off saving your money, if you are on a budget, and getting the
Teeter than some lesser machine. It is better made, has more accessories
available and is the quickest to put together. Three books I recommend are:
The Gravity Guiding System by Robert Martin, M.D., Better Back Better Body
by Joanne Broatch, and Inversion Therapy by Mia Campbell. I got all three
very cheap on Amazon. (The last one does contain a lot of errors though).
Lastly, be aware that there are chiropractor videos out there that really
push for you to come in for their spinal decompression therapy. I would
encourage you to try an inversion table first (if you don't have one of the
exceptions mentioned in these books). If it doesn't do enough for you, then
give your hard earned money to chiropractors. But inversion tables really
do work. And are much much cheaper in the long run. Oh, Ironman is another
brand out there for those that just can't wait to start inverting.
tyciol: That rubber webbing looks so comfortable!
tyciol: @jb68025 You could actually put on the safety strap and have the heating
pad on while laying in partial inversion. Obviously we can't keep the pad
in place once full inverted, I think that's a big benefit to the partial
inversion (less blood rushing too).
red meat: Are these recommended for people with acid reflux?
Тројство: For all negative comments, there is an excellent video instruction and
likewise on the web page energycentre (example) instruction how to exercise
correctly. With all contraindications and advice to not invert totally in
the beginning and how long to do it. So, either you are not following
instructions or you are playing dumb for some reason. I have a teeter,
table, for a 4 months and it is a great product.
wildman24jg: wonder i have one what helps lower back on it
kcannone: you bring up a good point, inversion tables can be uncomfortable for some
people, their is a product called Nubax which also does spinal
decompression and doesnt involve hanging upside down:) We have a video on
it on our channel
kcannone: @smarthardbody thanks for the feedback!
kcannone: @wwood14 we review 3 or 4 of them on our website LoseTheBackPain (.) com,
click on products. If you want more you will have to look elsewhere we only
sell the few that pass our quality standards. Thanks
warnher: Teeter Tables may be expensive but you get what you pay for because on my
friends cheap table the ankle restraints hurt me after 2min. On the Teeter
table im up to 10 min and can comfortably meditate and do my stretches.
Though it only relieves my chronic pain for a few hours, those few hours
are almost magical. Anyone who fully inverts right away should expect a
rush of blood to their head because you need to work up to it. I love my EP
Aye Jay: teeters are the best inversion tables out there...i have been using mine
for over 10 years and its worth every penny
Khong Biet: I wish you could make a tutorial video on how to use it
Uomepics: Waste of time clip just to advertise
jorologo: I have used one of these and found best relief from lower back pain. Some
years ago I prolapsed the L4 L5 region of the spine doing construction
work. I was off work for a long time. Went to Chiropractor and Acupuncture
for help and it was good. But using the I T was "The Best" method to
maintain the spine to be in line. Investing in one of these pays for
itself.I also found that it improved circulation and activity in My Legs.
This therapy dates way back to Egyptian times .
wwood14: Where can I find a list of inversion table prices and reviews??
kcannone: we do have a video demonstrating this, the video is called: Inversion Table
Exercises and Stretches
tyciol: @jb68025 Teeter also produces a device called the DEX (or DEX II for home
versions) which does exactly this. Albeit, I actually enjoy having some
knee and ankle stretch now and then too. I wish there was some kind of
middle ground that allowed you to share between these focus regions.
joão paulo de oliveira costa: can i use inversion table 3 weeks after back surgery?? the pain gonne for
two weeks but this week just start again
jb68025: i had an inversion table. i felt it really pulled my ankles apart way to
much. the blood rushing to my head was very uncomfortable as well, as i got
headaches from that. i also found its better to use a heating pad on your
back prior to using the table to relax your back muscles. if you dont, the
table will be stretching tight muscles instead of decompressing the spine
wich results in spasms. if you have a belly, find a way to wrap your
midsection, as your buldge will move and pull your back.
jb68025: the tables should have a device that goes under the knees to keep your
knees bent. this way decompression is focused from the hips to your neck
rather than from the ankles and knees.