Introduce your back to
Introduce your back to relaxation and relief with the Teeter FitSpine X1 Inversion Table.
A trademark of the Teeter FitSpine-series is the innovative FlexTech Bed is supported by an 8-point floating suspension system, which flexes as you move and enables the best decompressive stretch. Its unique track design accommodates the included Lumbar Bridge and Acupressure Nodes for targeted traction and pressure-point relief. As with all Teeter Inversion Tables, patented wrap-around Ergo-Embrace Supports reduce pressure on the ankles and the Ankle Comfort Dial lets you easily customize your fit.
Teeter offers the only inversion tables both independently certified by UL and registered with the FDA as a 510(k) medical device. The Teeter is indicated for the relief of back pain, muscle tension and spasm, herniated disc, sciatica, degenerative disc disease, spinal degenerative joint disease, spinal stenosis, spinal curvature due to tight muscles and facet syndrome.
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FDA REGISTERED: Teeter Inversion Tables are the ONLY registered with the FDA as a 510(k) medical device. The Teeter is indicated for back pain, muscle tension, and spasm, herniated disc, sciatica, degenerative disc disease, spinal stenosis, spinal curvature due to tight muscles and facet syndrome.
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how do you lock in position in full inversion I got the fitspine X3
Why are some people using Teeter Gravity Boots on the X1? Can you do inverted squats and full range sit ups on the X1 without the gravity boots?
Is there a traction handle on this one?
I just bought the fitspine X1, how do I set the acupuncture points. How long should I hang down for. I feel comfortable at 60 degrees
I have a hernia in the neck and back can I use this inversion table
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Must Know This for Best Results Using Inversion Table for Back Pain & Sciatica Relief
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I really wanna look at this video cause I wanna buy one to try the inversion method with for hair thickening/regrow trial but they are just so. Damn. Boring. Lmao. Monotone speaking and they don’t even look like they want to but they have to
As a golfer I'm always using a golf cart, I realized years ago that the cart creates compression on my spinal cord and was a cause of several back pain. The Inversion table was the answer, for me.
Bob should wipe his schnoz off camera.
I heard you mention increased pressure in the eyes. Should one of these tables be used if you have had surgery for angle closure glaucoma? I don't have acg but was at risk for it and had laser surgery to prevent it.
Ordered one, looking forward to try it.
In this video, Teeter CEO
In this video, Teeter CEO Rylie Teeter shares how you can target low back pain, specifically if you have sciatica, on a Teeter Inversion Table.
Sciatica is most often the result of a nerve that has become pinched. This is usually the sciatic nerve, which is the longest single nerve in your body, running down each side of your lower spine, through the buttocks, leg, and feet.
The sciatic nerve is responsible for connecting the spinal cord with your leg and foot muscles, controlling your motor and sensory functions in your lower extremities. This is why when the nerve becomes pinched or damaged, the pain is felt mostly through the lower extremities.
Teeter Inversion Tables have been shown to help relieve sciatica and the muscular or skeletal issues causing pain. Inversion therapy allows your back, hip and leg muscles (as well as your whole body) to relax, stretch and lengthen. When your muscles are relaxed and stretched, your spine is able to decompress and lengthen.
Spinal decompression helps herniated and slipped discs to heal naturally, decreasing pressure on the nerves. The spine is encouraged to return to proper alignment, which when well-aligned, provides ample space between each vertebra for the nerves to pass through.
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0:15 Lumbar Bridge adds Lower Back decompression
1:35 Traction Handles add manual decompression
2:06 Add rotational stretches to your inversion table routine
2:37 Invert to full inversion to target the lower back
With the Teeter FitSpine Inversion Table, you can FEEL it to BELIEVE it in just 30 days or less – so you can get back to being you and start enjoying life again. Listen to real Teeter users who experienced natural relief without relying on pills and appointments to get through the day. And learn how you can join the over 3 MILLION PEOPLE like you who have put their trust in Teeter, the ONLY FDA-Cleared Inversion Table indicated for back pain, sciatica, herniated disc and more!
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when I do full inversion on this model the ankle support bar like sort of rattles back and forth is that normal?
My back feels already better just by watching this cute instructor
May i ask which version of the product you are using and may recommend ?
Product Weight heavy ? Net 25 to 30 kg ?
It is better to let the shoulders toward the floor .. ?
Or better to have shoulders cushions ..
Teeter has no shoulder cushions version ?
Like this one with shoulders support or cushion
I just set up my LX9 a few days ago , I'll admit I wasn't sure about total inversion but I love it , so far I've just stretched but after watching Rylie's video, now I get how to use the whole machine. In two days my back is better than its been in quite some time. I got the Easy Step too it also gives a good no impact cardio workout or just a good stretch.
Hi Teeter, is this table also advised for cervical spine decompression?