Description: When your back relaxes, life becomes more enjoyable! The Health Mark Pro Inversion Table provides the most support and comfort of any table in its class. With a transition bed constructed of 840 nylon denim, you can trust that your ...
iX Inversion Tables:
This device allows you
to recline back against a
standing table or cot-like
device, strap your ankles in,
and lean backwards, thus
shifting your weight and causing
the table to pivot around an
axis near your waist to slowly
turn upside down. Keeping the
same position allows your spine
to stretch and relieves pressure
by putting the same amount of
pressure in the opposite
direction from when you stand.
Returning to an upright position
requires shifting your weight
again and slowly moving back to
where you started. Some tables
restrict inversion to about 70
degrees, but others allow users
to hang suspended from ankle
Inversion chairs are a revised
design of the inversion table
meant to reduce joint pain. The
inversion chair allows the user
to start in a seated position
with a strap across their lap in
order to hold them in place.
Once the user is securely
sitting and leans back, the
chair slowly turns upside down.
The inversion chair reduces the
amount of strain on the ankle,
knee and hip that the inversion
table places on them.
Inversion boots wrap around your
ankles, allowing you to hang
upside down from a bar. They are
used in inversion therapy to
apply traction to your back with
the goal of decompressing the
vertebrae of your spine.
Proponents of inversion therapy
have largely replaced boots with
inversion tables and chairs.
Select this option if the
product is an accessory of
inversion equipment. This will
include everything related to
inversion tables that is not a
table, chair or boots.