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Inversion Table

Written by Jill Morrison
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An Inversion table can help you to stretch and relax the back, and to heal back or joint problems. Inversion therapy dates back to 400 B.C. when Hippocrates, Father of Medicine, put together an inversion system for a patient. Since the early 1980s, Inversion therapy has been widely accepted as a tool for healing back pain.

Benefits of an Inversion Table

Back stress can accumulate in work, hobbies, exercise or athletics. An Inversion table will help to relieve you pain from these excursions. Inversion therapy can even be used for children because it can slow or reverse the effects of Scoliosis. This is especially helpful if you use the therapy before bones harden in children, which usually occurs between the ages of 12 and 14.

There are many known benefits for using Inversion therapy. The therapy relieves back pain, reduces stress, stimulates circulation, improves posture, stretches and strengthens muscles, and promotes flexibility and proper alignment. The table can also help to reduce the effects of aging caused by gravity. There are many different types of tables you can choose from with various prices as well.

The Inversion Pro and Stamina Inversion Table have sturdy steel frames, nylon stitched support pads, foam pads, and the ability to adjust to different angles. The F5000 and POWER II tables have many exceptional added features such as a durable motor and a remote control for using the table, scratch resistant powder coating, a book and instructional video, and adjustable roller hinges. Most all models of tables fold for easy storage.

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