I have been using TeeterHangup about 12 years now and I'm pretty sure it's the only thing that has saved me from being crippled. The inversion therapy is like a blessing. I don't mind hanging upside down for a few minutes a day or a week. It's less expensive than going to get stretched on a table. Does inversion help anyone else.?
I usually don't pay much attention to physical discomfort bit yesterday it got so bad I took myself to the ER. I was having severely nausea and loan up the sides of my back. Blood tests and a cat scan showed nothing wrong, in fact a couple of nurses commented on how they rarely see a healthier specemin of my age.
I am really having difficulty getting what should be a simple answer to a simple question. If anyone knows the answer please do share. I need a test to measure the Ankylosis (fixation) of the dorsolumbar or cervical spine as shown by appropriate medically acceptable imaging and measured on physical examination at 45 or more of flexion from the vertical position (zero degrees); I have… read more
I've not seen this question asked. I recognize the challenges of ongoing pain, discomfort and backing away from physical contact and intimacy. What I've heard is most people don't want to be bothered, it's another task and/or imposition. What I know is it's difficult to nurture relationships when you're feeling miserable and you want to be left alone.
Physiologically/psychologically speaking, there is a pleasure zone that can lift us out of… read more
40 year old male diagnosed this year but likely have had it for 20 years.
Xrays show fusion in T3 (among other areas). I have pain daily and stiffness. Doctors categorize as severe. Inflammation markers are high.
1- multiple NSAIDS which I know are not sustainable and also didn’t sit well with stomach
2- regular gym, massage, stretching - this helps
3- no starch diet for 3 months (not sure yet if this is helping)
Doctors have all recommended I go straight to… read more