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If you suffer from chronic back pain, you should seriously consider investing in an inversion table.
If you are not familiar with inversion tables or the idea behind it, it is to essentially counter the effects of gravity, which pulls organs, joints and muscles down and compresses them against your spine.
An inversion table can help with muscle tension, sciatica pain, and degenerative disc disease, and it’s proven very helpful in providing short-term back pain relief.
Additionally, it can help you align your spine, increase the space between vertebrae, minimise compression, and also relieve pressure on your joints and bones. In fact, the benefits are wide ranging and affect the digestive, immune, circulatory and respiratory systems, and inversion tables also have a positive impact on your mental health and help with anti-aging.
We offer the best inversion tables in Australia
With regard to back pain, common everyday activities can lead to pinched nerves and spinal compression. Hanging upside down on an inversion table helps stretch the muscles and ligaments around the spine, which can temporarily alleviate that pain, not to mention improve spine alignment.
With more people working from home, less movement throughout the day, from desk, to couch to table without much motion, we have found the need for inversion tables have increased.
Using an inversion table after working out, especially after weighted exercises, can be particularly beneficial and help you decompress your spine, reduce soreness after exercising, and elongate your body. It will also allow you to stretch out and relax your muscles while also alleviating built-up pressure.
If you want to improve your core, hanging upside might be just the trick. Doing sit-ups or crunches on the table can be a great challenge and help you strengthen your core, which in turn has a positive impact on blood circulation, flexibility, and posture.
Furthermore, inversion therapy is viewed as a natural, holistic solution approach. As such, the use of an inversion table can help people at risk of needing surgery manage their pain. Incorporating this equipment into their lifestyle can help them prevent additional damage that might lead to surgery.
We have a variety of inversion tables to suit your needs.
There are a lot of choices of inversion tables out there. What’s more, they look very similar, so it’s important to find the right table to meet your specific needs. Below are a few aspects to consider before making your decision.
Look for an inversion table that either comes partially assembled or offers third-party support so you don’t spend days putting it together.
Now you’re in a good position to find exactly the right inversion table. Start scrolling and in no time you’ll be hanging out upside down and reaping the rewards.