You might be asking yourself, what’s all the fuss about this back inversion machine? The actual name of the product you are referring to is an Inversion Table. Inversion Tables are used all over the world to treat back pain and other spinal conditions.
The quick simplified explanation of how these “back inversion machines” work is as follows. The weight of your body lies flat on the table as you invert. (Your ankles are locked). When you are inverted the force of gravity helps stretch out your body. By stretching the body you decompress the spinal column, providing proper air and fluid flow.
Part of the reason why you may be experiencing pains is because the spine and vertebrae are being compressed, due to poor posture and the effects of gravity. Compression causes pressure on discs and nerves and the end result is the pain you are feeling now.
The motion of inverting is vital in both treating back pain and preventing back pain in the future. The concept of inverting is not a new one. In fact, people have been using similar techniques for thousands of years.
Luckily for us, the technology has gotten a little better over the years. The back inversion machines in today’s market are built to high quality standards. Most reputable inversion tables even allow you to slowly ease into the treatment by letting you control the angle and pace of which you invert.
Most people are nervous about the feeling of being completely upside down. You will be happy to know that you can experience the benefits of inversion tables with only slight inversion. Start slow and find your comfort level.
Additional benefits of inversion therapy include; better blood circulation, stress relief, improved sleep and relaxation, and more.
One of the highest rated inversion table manufacturers is Teeter. They have a wide variety of models to choose from and our customers have raved about their quality and effectiveness. If you would like to learn more about the inversion tables we recommend, please click here.
There some people that may not want to try inversion therapy. As always, consult your physician to be sure that it is safe for you to use an inversion table.
If you find that you do not like using an inversion table, you may want to consider a similar back inversion machine called the Back Ease. The Back Ease is also a spinal decompression device that allows you to stretch your back and spine, but doesn’t involve lying upside down… Simply just by leaning forward.
Both the Back Ease and most quality inversion tables can be purchased for under $500.
To learn more about the Back Ease and other back inversion machines, click here: https://losethebackpain.com/back-pain-relief-products/
Written By: Updated: June 23,2011