Has Anyone Bought an Inversion Table?

Discussion in 'Health and Lifestyle' started by Lewdog, Aug 30, 2018.

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    I wonder if drug companies will cry foul when they see their pain med sales drop. Gotta keep Murica doped up!
     
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    Agreed.

    I got one of these. It does help and puts no pressure on knees and ankles.
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    I have a LifeGear and have used it a few times but I agree that it pulls more on the ankles than the back itself and I think I'd get better benefit if it had some type of support around the hips with either a brace or straps to take the pull off the ankles and put it more nearer the back
     
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    They have ones that have a strap that goes across your torso. They even have some that have supports for your shoulders.
     
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    Interesting, I wonder if it has to do with how people are built. It's never bothered my ankles or knees at all and I feel a lot of stretch in the back and shoulders.
     
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