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Factors to Consider in Choosing an Inversion Table
Back pain is one of the common types of pain with which a large portion of the population suffers.
In fact, at some point in every individuals life, he or she has experienced back pain. Some people
experience tolerable pain levels however, some have it far worse than others do. Today, inversion
therapy has become a good option to alleviate back pain. This form of therapy involves the use of
a specialized table called inversion tables.
Choosing the Right Inversion Tables for Home Use
If you are always experiencing back pain, buying your own table for inversion is a good idea. You
should evaluate this product based on a number of criteria in order to ensure that it will be worth
your money and that it will indeed alleviate the pain you are experiencing. Here are some of these
Level of Comfort Provided
The comfort of the table is provided through its materials and stability. The table should have
enough padding to cushion you as you use it. Be sure to check the type of fabric used in the
padding since this may cause friction against certain types of clothing and thereby cause
discomfort. Also, the table should have good head support to keep you stable as you use it.
The table should be easy to adjust to allow for different heights and weights for its users. This
should be adjustable with just a flick of a single button or pin. The last thing you would want to
experience if you are deep in pain is to figure out how to adjust the table that is supposed to
provide you relief. The Inversion Table should be versatile enough to accommodate heights up to
68 and weights up to 250 pounds.
As mentioned earlier, comfort is relative to stability as well. Stability is connected to safety. Thus,
comfort also relies on the safety and security of the table. The table should provide adequate
support for your feet and ankles without being too restricting. While it is a priority that you stay safe
while using the device, it should not fit too tightly that it causes discomfort. Expect that the table
will feel a bit uncomfortable to use in the beginning of the therapy. But as your body acclimates to
the process, the discomfort will start to subside.
This table is considered as an investment so you want to ensure that it will last a long time.
Durability is based on the materials used, construction made, and the warranty offered by the
manufacturer. Evaluating these factors all together will allow you to make the most out of the table
in alleviating your pain.
The table should be easy to assemble and store. It should be suitable for homes with restricted
spaces. The table should have a sturdy frame but this should not entail heavy weight. It should be
easy to carry and store so as not to worsen a persons pain when it needs to be assembled and