inversion table - chair

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daniel halleck
Last: 4 weeks 3 days ago
Joined: 14 Feb 2012

good morning,

has anyone out there had any experience with inversion tables, if so what are your thoughts...

please advise



daniel halleck
Last: 4 weeks 3 days ago
Joined: 14 Feb 2012
I've been using a Teeter for

I've been using a Teeter for 6 months. At least once a day for 5-8 minutes, add a second session if I can.

I have degenerative disc disease and spinal stenosis. After my epidurals, which got my life back, all parties involved, anesthesiologist, PT, Massage Therapist said to give it a try as it does decompress the spine.

I love it, have recommended to numerous people, as over 80% of the population has lower back pain.

I'm also a Yoga teacher and have a fairly good understanding of anatomy, which has helped with spinal stabilization. I also recommend a back stretching and strength building program. Yoga has plenty of postures that will work.

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