Can you benefit from Inversion Therapy
Inversion therapy is a form of physical therapy in which a person hangs upside down, or at an inverted angle, using as an inversion table. Inversion therapy has helped me an it is believed to have several potential benefits such as:
- Relieving back pain: Inversion therapy may help to stretch and decompress the spine, which can help to alleviate back pain and discomfort.
- Improving circulation: Inverting the body may help to improve circulation and increase blood flow to the brain and other parts of the body.
- Reducing stress: Inversion therapy may help to reduce stress by relieving pressure on the spine and helping the body to relax.
- Enhancing flexibility: Inversion therapy may help to improve flexibility and mobility by stretching the muscles and joints.
- Improving balance and coordination: Inversion therapy may help to improve balance and coordination by forcing the body to adapt to an inverted position.
In the 2 weeks of having my Teeter Hangup I have reduced the tingling sensation in my right foot that is from my sciatica.
Ask your Doctor about Inversion
It’s important to note that inversion therapy is not recommended for everyone, and it’s important to speak with a healthcare provider before starting any new physical therapy regimen. Inversion therapy may not be appropriate for people with certain medical conditions, such as high blood pressure or glaucoma.