1. Is inversion therapy right for me?
2. How long should I invert?
3. Can inversion cause strokes or other problems?
4. Is it normal to feel pain after using an inversion table?
Tenseness or stiffness after use of an inversion table is typically an indication of doing too much too soon. Lessen the degree of the incline and invert for a shorter period of time if you experience pain.
5. How do I work various parts of my body while inverted?
There are multiple exercises that can be done on an inversion table to work the sections of your back and the rest of your body in order to decrease pain. Small movements, such as rounding your shoulders and gently rotating your neck, will help considerably during inversion therapy. Check with your physician.
6. Is it true that you must hang at an extreme angle in order to benefit from inversion tables?
Absolutely not. In fact, this is a major misconception about inversion therapy that causes many people to be skeptical of its benefits. The truth is that even very minor inclines can be extremely beneficial for all types of ailments, and discomfort and extreme angles are not what inversion therapy is all about.
7. Does inversion therapy really work?
There is a high rate of success among inversion patients when it comes to eliminating pain. Inversion tables are a great alternative when medication and surgery are not options or are not helping ease the pain. The real answer to this question is that you won't know if inversion can help you unless you're willing to try it.