The Best Inversion Table Reviews (In 2018)
Inversion therapy uses tables that are designed to provide relief from back pain and a number of other conditions. By suspending the body upside down, the spine decompresses and allows for pain relief. Here are the best inversion table reviews of 2017:
This inversion table is made with foam, steel, and PVC with an ergonomic design to provide comfort during use. It inverts up to 180 degrees and supports up to 350 pounds. The unit weighs 75 pounds, but folds for easy storage when not in use.
This inversion table users a spring-loaded pull pin to make easy adjustments to ankle position. It supports up to 250 pounds in weight. Built-in safety straps make it easy for users to control inversion angles, while safety lock ensures the table remains secure. The unit folds for easy storage.
More than a basic inversion table, this includes acupressure nodes and lumbar bridge accessories, as well as a back pain relief DVD that includes information on stretches and exercises designed to help curb pain. It comes with a five year warranty, and provides excellent ankle support while inverted.
This inversion table features a steel frame capable of supporting 300 pounds. The height adjustment makes it easy for anyone from 4’ 10’’ tall to 6’ 6’’ tall to use the table without issue. Ankle cushions and foam rollers are in place to ensure the ankles remain comfortable during use.
This table uses a four pin adjustable safety pin to make positioning easier and safer. It supports up to 300 pounds and users who are anywhere from 4’ 10’’ to 6’ 6’’ tall. Ankle supports and foam handlebars are also included to maintain overall comfort during use.
This steel framed inversion table features a foam vinyl covered backrest for comfort during use. Foam roller ankle cushions help keep the ankles in place safely. This table will support up to 275 pounds.
This inversion table is adjustable to accommodate anyone from from 4’ 10’’ to 6’ 6’’ tall. It supports a maximum weight of 300 pounds. Hinges control the speed of rotation, and make returning to an upright position easier.
This table provides height adjustment for people ranging from 4’8’’ to 6’3’’ tall to provide support for the back and relieve pain. It supports up to 250 pounds. The table uses a spring loaded pin to make adjustments for ankles easier. The table folds for easy storage when not in use.
This inversion table uses heat technology to soothe the muscles and provide even more relief for back pain. The table inverts to 180 degrees, and supports up to 275 pounds in weight. There’s a mesh pocket to hold the remote control that controls the heat function, as well. The unit folds for easy storage.
This table uses a heavy duty steel frame with a nylon backrest. It inverts up to 180 degrees, and supports up to 300 pounds in weight. The unit itself weighs 55 pounds and folds for easy storage. There are ergonomical ankle supports to ensure the ankles remain comfortable and safe while inverted.
Check with your doctor to be sure using inversion therapy is right for you, as there are some conditions, such as high blood pressure, glaucoma, and heart disease that could worsen as a result of being upside down for extended periods of time. If you’re using physical therapy to assist with your back issues, you may be able to use an inversion table there before investing in one for home use.
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