Inversion Table

Discussion in 'Health Talk' started by Lucy B, Feb 17, 2016.

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    1. Lucy B

      Lucy B Member Benefactor

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      Does anyone use an Inversion Table? I am thinking about getting one to relieve my sciatica. But I'm not sure if it will have a negative affect on my tinnitus. I'm concerned because of being upside down.

      My intention to buying one is not for the tinnitus.
    2. Sound Wave

      Sound Wave Member Benefactor Team Tech

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      Probably headphones
      I've tried it a couple of times. I can't see why it would affect your T. If it does, just stop using it and sell the table. :)
    3. Lucy B

      Lucy B Member Benefactor

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      Thank you for your logical input.

      I have since talked to my chiropractor and he explained that it can be used not only vertical but also horizontal. So I feel okay with that.
    4. linearb

      linearb Member Hall of Fame

      East Coast USA
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      My uncle has one for his sciatica, and I liked it so much that I got one a few years ago. I don't use it a whole lot because it's a little hard to set up in my cramped apartment, but, no problems. In fact the only issue I've seen with it was when one of my friends was pretty drunk and didn't realize he had to hook his feet under the foot rests until he was already upside down.

      So, I'd say if you can resist the urge to get belligerently intoxicated, it should be fine.
    5. Lucy B

      Lucy B Member Benefactor

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      Thanks for the laugh!!
      Thanks for the positive input. I will definitely buy one.

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