Use Inversion Tables to Relieve Back Pain

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Treat back pain with Inversion Tables

When it comes to back pain, there are a number of ways that experts agree can help provide relief. Massage Therapy is a good tool for easing pain. Speaking of tools, there are also specialized Massage tools for helping with minor to extreme pain. We know pain is arguably the most undesirable sensation in life, which is why we put the very best products out to help you avoid the discomfort.

One of the most effective ways of easing pain in your back is through the use of one of our Inversion Tables, which offer a way to help you straighten your back. The components in the Inversion Tables — pressure-reducing specialty foam ankle supports, a patented track-style bed and heat-treated, heavy gauge steel materials — come from 30 years of engineering evolution. They’re easily adjustable, comfortable, and durable.

How Inversion Tables help with back pain

In theory, inversion therapy takes gravitational pressure off the nerve roots and disks in your spine and increases the space between vertebrae. Inversion therapy is one example of the many ways in which stretching the spine (spinal traction) has been used in an attempt to relieve back pain. Most users report an improvement when using inversion tables as part of a more comprehensive treatment program for lower back pain caused by spinal disk compression.

The potential upsides of counteracting the effects of gravity are less spinal disc pain, less joint pain, and less painful muscle spasms. When you start inversion therapy, it’s important to start slowly at a small degree of inversion (no more than 15 degrees) for no more than 5 minutes at a time. Easing into seeing the world upside down will help you better experience the benefits of inversion therapy.

Find out more about our Inversion Tables!

Josh Nay

Josh Nay is the eCommerce Marketing Manager for HEALTHandMED.

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