Gravity Inversion Therapy Table
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
Want this professionally assembled?
- Have an expert assemble your product at a time that works for you
- No hassles; No fumbling with tiny parts, complex instructions, or tools
- Your expert will ensure that your assembled product is carefully inspected for safety
- Quality service by a handpicked local expert; Backed by Amazon's Happiness Guarantee
- Pro will contact you within 1 business day to schedule
- Kick back and only pay when the job is done
- Backed by Amazon's Happiness Guarantee
- Book the service directly on Amazon
- Receive confirmation within 1 business day
- Backed by Amazon's Happiness Guarantee
- Enter your model number to make sure this fits.
- Heel holders cup the back of the ankle and heel while the adjustable foam pads secure snugly against the front of the ankle
- Three adjustment settings on the pivot arms to control rotation speed
- Quick-adjust footrest puts you into the correct position to invert and keeps you stable while mounting and dismounting
- Adjusts to fit heights of 4'10" to 6'6" with a height adjustment beam that is clearly marked in centimeters and inches
- Folds for easy storage, weight capacity: 250 lbs.
Customers who viewed this item also viewed
Customers also shopped for
Let the Stamina Inversion Therapy Table relieve the pressure! Aches, pains and chronic stress often come about as a result of simply sitting or standing, putting weight on your feet, legs and skeletal system. Inversion Tables help relieve these issues by reducing pressure on spinal discs, ligaments and nerve roots, increasing blood circulation, strengthening your back and elongating your spine. Just a few minutes a day of relieving the pressure of gravity on your vital systems can produce a refreshed feeling of well-being that lasts all day! Turn it around: Leg-lock feature is safer, more comfortable than straps; Quick-adjust footrest; Adjustable inversion angle; Sturdy, steel frame with nylon-stitched support pads; Skid-resistant rubber floor protectors for added stability; Folds quickly and easily for storage when not in use. Measures 77 1/2 x 27 x 79 1/2"h., weighs 50 lbs. Please consult a physician before beginning any workout or therapy program. Order Today! Please Note: This item has a black painted steel frame, not chrome as shown. Stamina Inversion Therapy Table
Help your body recover from the everyday effects of stress, gravity, and compression with the Stamina Gravity Inversion Therapy Table. Suitable for people 4 feet, 10 inches to six feet, six inches, this table will help increase blood circulation, strengthen your back, elongate your spine, and relieve muscle tension with regular use. Ideal for beginning or experienced inversion table users, this table is constructed of sturdy steel and features a comfortable design, multiple adjustment settings to control rotation speed, adjustable tether straps, heel holders, and leg locks for safety. Skid-resistant floor protectors will keep the table in place. This lightweight table folds for easy storage when not in use. Some assembly is required.
- Maximum User Weight: 250 pounds
- User Height Range: 4'10" to 6'6"
- Inversion Range: Approximately 180 degrees
- Leg locks and heel holders for security
- Multiple adjustment settings on the pivot arms to control rotation speed
- Adjustable tether straps for safety
- Foam-padded handlebar returns
- Nylon-stitched support pad
- Skid-resistant floor protectors
- Steel frame construction
- Folds for easy storage
- Dimensions: 77.5 inches long by 27 inches wide by 79.5 inches tall
- Weight: 52 pounds
Safety WarningAs with any exercise program, consult a physician before you begin.
Top Customer Reviews
Well, so far I and my spouse have found it to be very good for relieving back pain, and best of all you don't have to spend a lot of time on the machine. About 3 or 4 minutes a couple of times a day is all it takes to relieve lower back spasms and stretch out the spine.
Also, the machine is quite light weight and easily folds to shove in a closet or behind a wall unit. Overall, I am pleasantly surprised and would recommend this system. There is no need to spend a lot of money in order to experience the benefits of inversion therapy.
- relatively easy setup. I think it took me about 30 mins to build. All tools required are included (flimsy nut wrenches, so you may want to use your own).
- good for lower back stretching and perfectly balanced so you can easily hang upside-down and get back up again.
- light and easily portable when folded. Takes up very little space when collapsed.
- easily adjustable to differing heights of users via a spring-loaded knob
- angle of inclination limiter is horribly cumbersome. It's controlled by a nylon loop-thru strap on the underside of the unit and is time-consuming to adjust.
- not effective for upper back stretching, which is where most of my pain is (between scapulae and middle of back).
- ankle securement mechanism is problematic and maybe painful or difficult for some users. This is my biggest problem with the unit. It is not a cuff/boot around the ankles and calves that distributes the pressure. Instead, you are locked in via a padded bar and your ankles take the full brunt of the hanging force. This gets uncomfortable for me after more than 5 minutes. It helps to wear hi-top sneakers or shoes that offer ankle padding, but a boot type strap design would've been better.
- no thigh support cross bar, so reclining at less than 90 degrees for more than 10 minutes may be fatiguing.
Given these caveats, this is still an OK item. I sometimes recline on it and try to take a short nap. It would be greatly helped by a thigh support bar so your legs have something to rest on.
At $99 18 months ago, it is a justifiable purchase, due to my constant back pain and discomfort. Now, at double the price, you may wish to do some more comparison shopping and consider alternative brands before committing.
3.75 stars overall.
The unit itself is pretty straight forward. I would use their recommendation on starting with a slight angle. It takes some getting use to. The one thing that I noticed is the limiter strap adjust by itself. So you need to check it at least every other time, otherwise you can go past vertical and you can get stuck. I have had a bad back for 15 years so I know it will take months. I do seem to have more range of motion and less pain with it. I started 3x a day but most of the time I now use it 2x at about 3-5 min. each time. I will have to give it a few more months to see if it will truly help my back , but I am hopeful.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
within 3 days of using it several times/day, i knew i had to own one.Read more