LoseTheBackPain
LoseTheBackPain

Seated InLine Inversion System
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Retail Price: $499.00
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What You Get Today:
  • Easy to use - as sitting down and leaning back.
  • Comfortable - Cushioned upholstery and foam-padded ankle supports.
  • Stable and secure heavy-duty steel construction.
  • The push-button lever for the ankle supports is in easy reach to let you quickly adjust ankle tension for comfort and security.
  • Getting on and off is as easy as any other chair in your home.
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HOW CAN Seated InLine Inversion System ® HELP?

Undo the damage gravity has done to your back. The discs in your spine get squeezed together by gravity causing pain, bulging discs and more. Inversion therapy helps you decompress the spine...

Here’s how it works:

1 - Sit down

Inversion Table - Step 1

2 - Snap the ankle pads and seat belt snugly in place

3 - Lean back

Inversion Table - Step 3

As you lean back, the chair automatically converts to a flat table. While inverted, gravity and your own body weight combine to gently stretch your back.

And that’s when the magic happens.

Space between compacted vertebrae increases. Pressure on spinal discs is relieved. Bulging and herniated discs begin to heal - and even slip back into their normal position.

WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING...

I was 100% better. I could not believe the results!

"I'm Back Playing Volleyball And Softball At Age 51 - Thanks!"

"After doing my own research I came upon your site and the suggestion of an inversion table. Reading the literature for inversion all made a lot of sense to me, and for what I paid for three visits to the chiropractor (since the insurance did not cover this) I had myself an inversion table. I used it as recommended and started out at about 45 degrees for two weeks each day for 10 to 15 minutes right before bed.

After two weeks I was a little better and I was ready to go fully inverted, which I did for another month 10 to 15 minutes almost each day right before bed.

After that month I was 100% better. I could not believe the results

Today I tell everyone of this wonderful table that has given me my life back, as I enjoy volleyball and softball at my age of 51.

The pain used to be so bad, sitting was the worst and what really scared me was the fact that my left foot tingled almost continuously. I thought for sure surgery was going to be once again the only solution. I am so thankful for your site and the information that you provide so people like me can get relief from one of the worst types of everyday pain one can experience. Today I use the table as a relaxation and stretch after a workout or a sport activity, which is usually 3-4 times per week. I would never give it up and will certainly use it the rest of my life. I now do crunches using the table and the results really show. Thank you again for a wonderful product that really works as advertised."

~ Brent

Disclaimer: Results not typical. Your specific results may vary.

Pain Free For The First Time That I Can Remember...
My wife bought me your inversion chair quite a few months ago because of back pain I have suffered most of my life. I thought it was probably just another one of those things you spend money on, but they don’t do you any good. After reading your newsletters and watching your videos I decided to give it a try. After about a week I noticed that my back didn't hurt anymore and I can say that I am virtually pain free for the first time that I can remember.

I would like to thank you very much for opening my eyes to a system that really does work like you say it does. I can't begin to tell you how much I appreciate what you have done for me by making me aware of the benefits of inversion therapy. Thank you again and I will be reading your newsletters regularly for all the benefits they (you) provide. Forever grateful!"

~ Robert O. Transportation Supervisor, Auburn, Ca.

Disclaimer: Results not typical. Your specific results may vary.

I have gone from being bed ridden to working in the garden, cutting down trees and just doing darn well anything that I can and want too...
I have gone from being bed ridden to working in the garden, cutting down trees and just doing darn well anything that I can and want too.

I have also told friends and family how wonderful your system is and how it has help me not to have surgery, for that is what I was told that I needed. 

Thanks for the pain relief."

~ Mel Kauffman

Disclaimer: Results not typical. Your specific results may vary.

Too Paranoid To Go Totally Upside Down
I had used a regular inversion table, but was too paranoid to go totally upside down. The seated inversion table helps because the waist strap keeps me calm. It’s helps me mentally let go so I can relax. I couldn’t do that with any other inversion table.
It’s now part of my morning routine. When I wake up I’m in the most pain. Like a level 8 pain. After just 5 minutes upside down I’m down to a 3 or 4. 
My kids thought I was crazy for spending money on the seated inversion table. But if you’re not in the type of pain I go through, you just don’t understand. I’m glad I didn’t listen to them."


~ Honey Saylor

Disclaimer: Results not typical. Your specific results may vary.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
The Assembled dimension are 50" Long 27.5" Wide 57" High   Please note: This table does not fold up for storage, once assembled the legs are fixed in the open and stable position.  
When inverted, the natural pull of gravity allows a separation of your vertebrae, which lessens the pressure on the discs in between each vertebrae. The action of increasing the space margins between the vertebrae can actually create a mild suction in the disc, which may help encourage the bulged disc return to its proper place. The main benefits are realized by increased circulation and waste elimination to injured discs. In the opinion of many medical professionals, several sessions of intermittent traction are the best way to help the body dissolve a bulged disc. The length of healing time will vary with different people. However, it has been our experience that you should hang three or more times every day for short sessions at an angle most comfortable for you. Do not over-do it-this is not a "no pain, no gain situation."
This is very normal and is actually good for you, indicating increased blood flow to the brain, eyes, skin and hair. One preliminary study showed that the brain runs 7% faster and 14% more accurate while inverted! The feeling of pressure usually lessens over time as you become accustomed to inverting. If you are a beginner and are uncomfortable with this feeling, it is OK to come up and rest a while. This is referred to as "intermittent" traction (alternating inversion with being upright) and is a good way to help get used to the inverted world. You can also try "oscillation" which is a rhythmic rocking back and forth.
The answer varies with different people. Beginners should start at a mild angle (approximately 20-30 degrees beyond horizontal) for the first few weeks until you become comfortable with the operation of the table and are able to completely relax while inverted. 20 - 30 degrees: At this angle, your body begins to experience mild stretching to your muscles and joints, while benefiting from stimulated circulation, improved oxygen flow to the head, and repositioning of internal organs. 50/60 degrees (parallel with the rear legs of the table): This is the angle to which the average person experiences virtually all the benefits of inversion. Your spine receives the amount of traction it needs to completely decompress (once you are relaxed). Most people don't really need to go beyond this angle. Intermittent traction / Oscillation Intermittent traction (alternating 20-30 seconds inversion with returning upright) or oscillation (rhythmic rocking back and forth) are actually the "preferred" methods of inversion, recommended by many doctors, for stimulating circulation and waste removal in and around injured discs. Virtually all issues of discomfort that occur with new inverters are due to going too far, too fast. You are wonderfully designed to be upside down, but if you are like most people, you are detrained to be inverted. Just listen to your body, increasing your angle of inversion only as you feel comfortable.
The shipping weight is 75lbs. And the measurements for the box is 48x29x11.
It is true that people should not invert if they have uncontrolled high blood pressure. However, inversion can cause a state of relaxation that result in a drop in heart rate and BP (sometimes even lower than at a resting state). Some doctors have used inversion as a treatment for high blood pressure. If you have concerns, you should check with your doctor before inverting.
There are many types of fusion surgeries, however the HBI dose not suggest or support the use of Inversion for most type of fusion surgeries and for that reason we have to suggest that you consult with a licensed physician before buying or using an Inversion table.
There could be several causes for this. You did too much too soon: If you are new to inversion, your body is not used to being inverted (chances are you haven't hung upside down since 2nd grade!) By inverting too much too soon, you are probably going to be a little sore. You can liken inversion to beginning any new exercise program. If you over-do it on the first day, you will probably pay for it later! You returned upright too fast: When inverted, your vertebrae have a chance to separate and the discs can decompress. This action reduces pressure on the nerves that run through your spinal column. When you ascend (return upright) on the inversion table, your spine "re-compresses"-the vertebrae return to their normal position and the pressure on the discs increases again. If you come up from inversion too fast, you might place sudden pressure on the nerves that run through the spine, which can cause some pain. Instead, you should invert to a mild angle (30-40 degrees) for a just few minutes. Come back up only to the horizontal position (lying flat). Remain horizontal for several minutes to allow your spine to slowly re-compress. Then slowly come up the rest of the way. Always keep in mind that if you experience extreme pain, or if you always experience pain while inverting, you should discontinue inversion until you have had a chance to talk with your doctor.
This link is to an article that will help you understand how to get started using the Inversion table, How many time per day, What degree do I start to use the inversion table and How long should I invert for, https://www.losethebackpain.com/treatments/inversion-therapy/
This is probably the most commonly asked question about inversion. The answer really varies with different people. For the most part, we recommend beginners to start slowly: invert for only 1-2 minutes during the first week or two until you become comfortable, and then work up to longer periods of time as you feel necessary. The angle of inversion also affects the length of inversion time that is comfortable. The shallower the angle, the longer the time. Most people will invert for 5 - 15 minutes once or twice a day. There is no real time limit-the important thing is to listen to your body. If you are at all uncomfortable, simply return upright. Virtually all issues of discomfort that occur with new invertees is due to going too far, too fast. You are wonderfully designed to be upside down, but if you are like most people, you are detrained to be inverted. Just listen to your body, increasing the duration of inversion only as you feel comfortable.
Inversion is a natural form of gravity-assisted traction. This means that the amount of traction applied to various locations of the body is exactly the right amount! Every vertebra and related disc is just the right size to support the weight above it. The large discs in the lower back are the right size to support the 60% body weight that is above them. The small discs in the neck are just the right size to support the weight of the head. When inverted, the weight normally supported is just the right weight to apply traction. Gentle stretching and exercise is beneficial to help decompress and mobilize the spine:

Lower back

You may perform gentle stretching exercises to help move the muscles and connective tissues in the lower back area. In partial inversion, try rotating gently from side-to-side, or slowly rocking your pelvis forward and backward.

Upper back

Many people experience upper back pain as a result of stress and muscle tension. The key to relieving this pain is to totally relax while inverting. Try deep breathing exercises. Also, partner work can be beneficial-nothing is more relaxing than an inverted back and shoulder massage! Movement is also very beneficial. Try rounding your shoulders forward and pushing them back. Also, stretch one arm at a time across your torso to extend those upper back muscles.

Neck

Again, movement can be beneficial. Try rotating your head from one side to the other. Partner massages to the base of the head and back of the neck are very relaxing (do not apply pressure to the front of the neck). You can also add gentle inverted traction to your neck by resting your arms behind your head at the base of your skull (don't pull, just add the weight of your arms).
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