Inversion

Inversion- Hanging upside down in order to stretch the vertebra. Usually done on the inversion table.

Top Helpful Cases

 Healed
3 of 7 people found this helpful
In my left leg, extended from mid-thigh to top of foot, I had a continuous dull ache punctuated by sharp pains in certain positions.
 Healed
3 of 6 people found this helpful
After going to chiropractor for over 5 years, pain was managed but only with continued treatment which took time and expense. Did online research on inversion therapy using tables and chairs and purchased an inversion table. I noticed results after the first day. I now use the inversion table every day for less than 5 minutes and I haven't had ...
 Helped a little
3 of 6 people found this helpful
Did crossfit for about 2 months, next thing I know it I have an extreme case of sciatica down my left leg. Felt like someone was dragging a knife deep in my leg and dragging it up and down my leg. Got an MRI and confirmed L4-L5 herniated 6mm, L5-S1 bulging 2mm. Still trying to accept that I won't ever ...

Inversion is Used For These Conditions

Area
Condition Average Result Healed Helped
a Lot
Helped
a Little
No Change Made Worse
All Conditions (average)
3.5
(15)
3 6 3 1 2
Back Lower (Lumbar)
Back Lower (Lumbar) Sciatica
5.0
1
Back Lower (Lumbar)
Back Lower (Lumbar) Coccyx Area Pain
5.0
1
Back Lower (Lumbar)
Back Lower (Lumbar) Osteoarthritis - Degenerative disc disease
4.0
1
Back General
Back General Osteoarthritis - Degenerative Disc Disease
4.0
1
Back Lower (Lumbar)
Back Lower (Lumbar) Herniated Disk
3.7
1 2 3
Back Lower (Lumbar)
Back Lower (Lumbar) Sacroiliac Joint Pain
2.5
1 1
Back Lower (Lumbar)
Back Lower (Lumbar) Pain
2.3
1 1 1
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