Reduce back pain or stress overload with the Ironman LX300 Inversion Therapy Table, which helps reduce muscle tension and nerve pressure as well as decompress your spine for an overall healthier back. Durably constructed with a heavy duty 1.5-inch steel frame, it features a 0.7-inch soft foam backrest for comfort and a combination of foam roller and ankle cushions to hold ankles securely and safely. Other features include an adjustable tether strap to allow for different inverting angles, full loop foam covered handle bars, and easy pull pin release on the ankle holders. It can invert your body up to a full 180 degrees.
Just 5 or 10 minutes of inversion every day can relieve lower back aches and pain due to sitting, standing, or any other causes of muscle stress. This inversion table has a weight capacity of 275 pounds and it offers height adjustments for users measuring 4 feet, 10 inches to 6 feet, 6 inches. It measures 57 x 27 x 46.4 inches (HxWxD) and weighs 55 pounds.
About Inversion Tables
Back pain is an uncomfortable and cumbersome ailment for millions of people. It can strike repeatedly and without warning, nearly paralyzing its victims with pain and discomfort. Inversion therapy is an excellent way to prevent and treat chronic or recurring back pain. This form of therapy treats back pain by hanging a person upside-down by their ankles. The only problem with this therapy is a risk of spinal injury because of the procedure's lack of support. Fortunately, inversion tables remove this risk.
A person can lie on an inversion table, and then gradually turn themselves upside down, always fully supported by their ankles. With precise balance, simple arm movements control the rotation of the inversion table. Special tether straps or locking hinges allow users to stop a rotation at just the right angle in order to stretch a specific place in their back. This technique has proven effective for relieving spine compression, elongating the spine, and reversing minor spinal dislocations. Of course, this treatment is not for everyone. People with glaucoma, very high blood pressure, bone disorders, or a history of severe spinal injury or surgery should be careful and check with a physician before administering inversion therapy. However, with a bit of practice and caution, inversion tables can be your ticket to a pain-free and healthier back.