Invertio Inversion Table - Back Stretcher Machine for Pain Relief Therapy
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- Accommodates users up to 300 pounds in weight and from 4’10” to 6’6” in height
- Foldable, heavy-duty steel frame with non-skid feet
- Adjustable padded ankle supports, extra-long padded handles
- Full inversion; unit inverts completely upside down
- Includes instruction manual
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Fully Adjustable – Accommodates users from 4’10” to 6’6” in height with 26 easy-to-use height adjustments; settings are clearly-marked on the unit. Premium Ankle Supports – 8-Position adjustable supports provide a quick and perfect fit for any size user; they lock securely, yet are easy to release when you are finished with a session. Inversion Speed Control – 3-Position pivot joints allow you to control rotation speed, and extra-long 40” handrails help you to invert and return to the upright position safely and easily. Accurate Inversion – High-tensile strength limiting strap allows you to pre-set an exact desired inversion angle to your comfort level, whether deep or shallow, and can easily be adjusted up to a full 100% inversion (a total of 240 degrees of rotation). Comfortable – Large and luxuriously padded head and backrest (41-1/2" x 15-3/4"), with additional lower back support cushion, foam roller ankle supports, and padded handrails are all soft to the touch and easy on your body. Sturdy – Heavy-duty 1-1/4” diameter ultra high-strength tubular steel makes this fully-braced, non-rocking frame safe for users up to 250 pounds, and non-skid, non-marring composite feet prevent movement on any surface and protect your floors. Sleek – Black upholstery, a silver frame and nylon aprons that hide the pivot hinges make this table extremely attractive. Foldable and Portable – Easy storage; folds almost completely flat. Manual and Tools Included – Owner’s instruction manual and quick-start tool set. Dimensions – Assembled base (footprint) is 48” long and 27-1/4” wide; height is approximately 55” when pivot joints are in the third position.
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I know a lot of people are skeptical, but this is probably the fastest and easiest way to get pain relief from compressed joints, or arthritis. It really does work. I have a friend who has always been curious about this and asked to try it. Just a few minutes she is now a believer and going to buy one for herself and her husband.
I like the fact it folds up to be moved out of the way. It is a little heavy and since I am not able to lift much of anything my son helps me move it to an open area to use and then we put it back until we can find a dedicated spot for it. It feels very stable and was easily put together. You really are not going to go wrong with this purchase.
I am 65, have two bad disks, and arthritis in my lower back, which limits the time I can be in one position. I used to hang by my arms from a compressed air pipe, years ago, so I was pretty familiar with the advantages of decompressing the spine. In reverse, hanging by my feet, the same decompression is accomplished, and my back has felt really good. I'm not going the full 180, yet, but that's the goal. I am really just starting with this therapy, I have a Physical Therapist who put me into a traction device, to see if I would respond to decompression therapy, it felt great, so I bought the table. I also have a doctor from Pain Management who is interested in my progress, which has been very favorable at this point.
I have been using my table since July 1, 2016, I have the table set to go back about 120 degrees, and decompressed for two minutes at a time for the first two weeks, then three minutes. Soon I will go to four minutes, and eventually five minutes, after which I will re-adjust the angle, and work towards ten minute sessions. When I can do that, I plan to go totally inverted. I am doing this at the advice of my Physical Therapist, who cautions me to go slowly, because my side and stomach muscles could become irritated by the intensity of the decompressing stretch.