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 lot
2 of 2 people found this helpful
I have had sacroilliac joint pain on my right side since I was a teenager, at least 30 years now. I have a problem with my right ankle that causes me to walk with a limp. I was told this is the probable reason for the stress on the sacroilliac joint. It hurts all of the time, to varying degrees, ...

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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