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Inversion Table

Inversion Table

Has anyone ever tried an inversion table, does it help release the pressure of your spine?

A MySpondylitisTeam Member said:

I have an inversion table for about a year now. It provides some temporary relief by helping to stretch the spine manually. Personally I find it helpful. As a Nurse, I would caution anyone with blood pressure issues to be careful using this method though.

posted 18 days ago
A MySpondylitisTeam Member said:

I did try it along time ago. It felt like my spine was being pulled apart

posted 22 days ago
A MySpondylitisTeam Member said:

I had one given to me.Took a week if enterior work just yrying yo git it in wiyh yhe rest if my junk.I used it fir two weeks,did every movement you can.If you have metal,rids,screws in you back dont,and i mean DONT use it .it actually made one of my titanium screws pop out.Had to have energency surgery to fix it .see if you had fusion surgery,its meant not to move,but using a teter forces the hardware to bend and stretch and its very painful

posted 22 days ago
A MySpondylitisTeam Member said:

I was told it will raise your blood pressure.

posted 23 days ago
A MySpondylitisTeam Member said:

My son and doctor use inversion table daily. I got one and and tried but where I’m so short had to have step ladder to climb on lol. Didn’t work for me, the one I had adjust to height.

posted 23 days ago
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