Relaxus Spine Inversion Table
Relaxus Inversion Table The Relaxus Inversion Table is a fantastic, easy-to-use device that helps relieve muscle and back aches. This product is designed with comfort in mind, allowing you to hang...
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Relaxus Inversion Table
The Relaxus Inversion Table is a fantastic, easy-to-use device that helps relieve muscle and back aches. This product is designed with comfort in mind, allowing you to hang upside down and stretch out your spine and other muscles comfortably.
Experience ultimate relaxation and relieve your aches and pains with Relaxus Inversion Table! With its adjustable height ranging from 4’10” to 6’6”, anyone can easily use it, and you can even invert up to 180 degrees, so you have the right degree of inversion that works best for you. Plus, its foam ankle clamps and non-slip rubber hand grips make sure that you stay secure during the entire process. Halo Healthcare offers a wide range of Back Inversion Table products.
Back Inversion Table Features & Benefits
- Up to 180° inversion.
- Adjustable height - 4'10" to 6'6".
- Foam ankle clamps and non-slip rubber hand grips.
Inversion Table Specifications
- Supports up to 330lbs / 150kg.
- 20 adjustments to customize the experience.
- Includes a DVD with instructions.
For help with regenerating disks, relaxing muscles and improving blood pressure, choose Relaxus Inversion Table today!
Please consult your medical professional before using of Relaxus Inversion Table should you have any of the medical conditions below or others contrary to inversion.
- High blood pressure (hypertension)
- Bone weakness (osteoporosis, recent unhealed fractures, medullary pins, artificial hip joints or other orthopedic supports surgically implanted)
- Cardiovascular insufficiencies in the limbs
- After a head injury
- Poorly co-ordinated
- Fainting spells
- Acute spinal injury
- Disoriented if upside down
- Weak or frail
- Retinal detachment
- Cerebral sclerosis
- Recent stroke or transient ischemic attack
- Heart and circulatory disorders for which you are being treated
- Acutely swollen joints
- Chronic sinusitis
- Motion sickness or inner ear disorders
- Or any other medical condition that may be made more severe by an elevation of blood pressure, intracranial pressure or the mechanical stress of the inverted position should be considered a contraindication to inversion therapy.
Up to 180° inversion
It is an innovative fitness device that allows individuals to safely invert up to 180 degrees, and it utilizes an adjustable base and a padded backrest to provide a secure, comfortable platform for the user, allowing them to target specific muscle groups with precision and control. Its design mitigates the risk of injury associated with traditional inversion tables while enhancing the therapeutic benefits of gravitational decompression.
It has a range of height adjustability from 4'10" to 6'6", allowing users of various heights to comfortably use the device. The adjustable nature of the table permits greater customizability, making it more ergonomically suitable for individuals utilizing the table.
Q: Is inversion therapy safe for everyone?
A: Inversion therapy is generally safe for most people. However, it is always recommended to consult with your healthcare professional before starting any new exercise or therapy routine, especially if you have any pre-existing medical conditions, such as high blood pressure, heart disease, or glaucoma. Your healthcare provider can provide personalized guidance based on your specific health needs.
Q: How often and for how long should I use the inversion table?
A: The frequency and duration of inversion therapy sessions can vary depending on individual needs and comfort levels. It is generally recommended to start with short sessions, such as 1-2 minutes, and gradually increase the duration over time. Begin with a frequency of 2-3 times per week and adjust according to your comfort and tolerance. Listen to your body and consult with your healthcare professional for personalized recommendations.
Q: Can I use the inversion table if I have back pain or a spinal condition?
A: Inversion therapy can provide relief for individuals with certain types of back pain and spinal conditions. However, it is crucial to consult with your healthcare professional to determine if inversion therapy is suitable for your specific condition. They can evaluate your medical history and provide guidance on the proper use and precautions to take when using the inversion table.