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Teeter Hang Ups P3 Portable Back Stretcher


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  • Portable back stretcher for realigning your spine and relieving back pain
  • Contoured foot supports secure your ankles while you pull the leverage handles
  • Commonly lengthens skeleton by 1 to 1-1/2 inches to increase flexibility
  • Folds to 20 x 11.5 x 3.5 inches (W x H x D) and weighs 5.5 pounds
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Product Description

The Teter Hang Ups P3 Portable Back Stretcher offers a compact solution for stretching, relaxing, and decompressing the body for people that need a portable decompression solution. With ankles secured in the contoured foot supports, pushing firmly with hands on the leverage handles results in a great stretch from the shoulder blades to the ankles. This back stretcher folds up easily and only weighs 5 lbs.   Being constructed of aircraft-grade aluminum sets the P3 apart from other back care units making it lighter and more transportable. The push-to-release buttons and contoured foot supports allow you to adjust the setting to your preferred fit. It requires no assembly and is ready to use in seconds. It also includes a DVD instructional video with five 10-15 minute healthy back exercises and stretching classes by Dr. Shawn.   The moderate, self-administered traction achieved when using the P3 helps to realign the spine, increase flexibility in the joints, te relaxation and improve posture through better alignment. Decompressing the discs helps them to re-hydrate for better shock absorption and reduced back pain.   Embossed height settings for ease of use. Contoured foot supports. Convenient size for travel and storage. Weighs just 5.5 pounds. Measures 20 x 11.5 x 3.5 inches when packaged. Meets all UL safety requirements. Manufacturer's warranty included (see product guarantee).

Product Details

Size: One Size
  • Product Dimensions: 21 x 12 x 4 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Origin: Taiwan
  • ASIN: B000PX1YDY
  • Item model number: LX-1003
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (108 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #29,962 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Very well built, portable, easy to use and effective.
Suzanne Bamonte
The Lynx has really helped my back (along with other exercises and stretches).
GRG
I thought it was good before, but now I think it's incredible.
Roger

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

87 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Charlie Howard on November 18, 2008
Size Name: One Size
The price (around $100 - 110) seemed high, but when it arrived, I could see why: this is very well made and solidly built using thick aluminum and thick rubber pads where needed. The design and engineering reflect considerable thought and testing.

The stretcher works because you are pushing your feet away from your shoulders (the feet are held by anke grippers, and you push your feet away by pushing on long handles). Entirely manual, no electricity, and no inversion: just lie on the floor and push.

I've only used it for a few minutes, but it does what I hoped it would: lets me stretch my lower back. There's a lot of aching during parts of the stretch, but I did them as "reps", 10-15 seconds of stretch, then 30-60 seconds of rest. After a couple of reps, the ache was minimal and I could feel my back stretching.

One of my concerns was that the stretch would be in the ankles and knees. Not so. All of the stretch was in the lower back. A fringe benefit will be some muscle building in my arms and shoulders, by pushing on the handles.

The 5-star rating reflects the excellent design and construction of the device, and my preliminary use of it. In a few weeks, I'll update this, once there's been some time to see whether there is any lasting benefit.
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58 of 60 people found the following review helpful By D. Dickason on March 9, 2009
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I have had a bad back for over 25 years and been to chiropractors and even had motorized mechanical traction done on me. All those things have worked to greater and lesser degrees depending on how bad my back was at the time but it was always inconvenient to make appointments and expensive for each visit. This time when my back got really bad, I bought the Lynx. I am impressed with how well it is constructed, but even more so with how well it works. It provides as much stretch to my spine as the professional motorized traction machines I have been on in the past. After only a couple of uses, the pain in my lower back is greatly diminished and I can feel that my spine is being properly aligned. I plan on using this routinely to keep my back healthy. I only wish I had gotten one years ago!
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48 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Diggertoo on October 29, 2009
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Here's my two cents worth. I've had back problems and had worked with chiropractors for 5-6 years (50-75 visits, have 2 as friends). One vertebra in the center of my back is out of line and may never be right again. L4&5 are a mess too. Was told my bike riding and kayaking days were over. Tried looking at inversion machines, etc. but this stretcher was light, easy to store and portable. With it I was able to manually stretch out my spine gently easing the compression that caused most of my problems. It took about a week before I made any progress, but gradually my back started to loosen up and I could feel movement as I used the stretcher. Now I also rock it back and forth pushing down with one hand and then the other to free up my hips and a pinched nerve there. I use it about one a month now just to keep from getting a stiff back. There are no back problems any more and all for the price of a couple of chiropractor visits. I now can take long walks, ride my bike for miles with the wife and get out kayaking anytime I feel like it. If I notice any discomfort, I stretch out when I'm done and every thing is fine.

I've had friends try out the machine and two have purchased their own. One is a medical doctor who works as a physical therapist. She felt the traction effect the first time she tried it and said it made her back feel good. Go ahead and buy one. Go easy at first, apply gentle pressure, and don't be surprised if you don't feel anything at first. I gained all kinds of flexibility and lost my aches and pains. For $99 I got a large portion of my life back again.
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46 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 7, 2010
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OK, I'm 55, had lumbar disc bulge issues for 30 years. Had a major flare-up two months ago, left me screaming involuntarily (not like me at all!) and motionless - a cripple. Of course, I'd been through the whole range of treatments short of surgery (heard too many horror stories).
A friend swore he knew a chiropractor who was "not like all the others", so after his many pleadings with me, I finally went. Well, the cocky, arrogant _____ started doing exactly what all the others do, jumping and twisting and shoving in both directions. By the time It was over, I had the MOST DEBILITATING CASE OF SCIATICA running straight down my right leg. I couldn't stand, walk, roll over in bed, get up out of a chair, etc, etc without screaming out and collapsing to the floor. I went from real bad to devastatingly worse.
"Forget it" I said, to myself, "I'll study this thing through and through and devise my own treatment!" Well in studying many websites, tons of case studies, youtube videos, Amazon reviews, medical tests, etc, ONE THING WAS STRIKINGLY CONSISTENT: DECOMPRESSION THERAPY OF SOME SORT was needed. I called a local chiropractor (only because he was doing radio ads for some fancy decompression machine he had) who wanted, get this! $3500.00 for a 26 session decompression treatment program!!!
Thank God, I found the Lynx back stretcher for $99.00. I will tell you, between the Lynx, an invesion table (be careful with these), some very specialized stretching exercises, and walking (only when significant healing has occured), I HAVE MY LIFE BACK. Didn't happen overnight. Be patient, start slowly, you can easily overdo it - these machines are very effective! But after a couple of weeks (yes, stick to it for weeks - don't give up!
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