Are you resigned to living with some level of back or joint discomfort? Don’t just cover up symptoms; target the source of your ache! Teeter Hang Ups has helped millions like you find natural relief in the convenience of their own homes, and takes only a few minutes a day!
The "Perfect" Stretch
While inverted, progressive decompression allows each joint to be decompressed by the same weight that compresses it while upright. Achieve the "perfect" stretch with the Teeter Hang Ups Inversion Table, a relaxing and rejuvenating way to help restore youthful function to your weight-bearing joints so you can move better and feel better!
Results in Minutes
Simply “set it, lock it and go!” The Teeter Hang Ups is easy to use and allows you to achieve a relaxing stretch that decompresses your back and joints in just minutes a day.
Rotate and relax on our precision-balanced system, which allows you to control the speed and rotation with simple arm movements.
No Pain, All Gain!
Benefits begin at a gentle 20 degrees, and total decompression is achieved at 60 degrees. At a full 90 degrees, you can conduct deep stretches and exercises that target your abs and increase your flexibility!
Patients Using a Teeter 70.5% Less Likely to Need Surgery
In a study conducted by Newcastle General Hospital in the UK on patients that were told they needed sciatic surgery were divided into two groups: Group one regularly practiced inversion therapy with a Teeter inversion table and regular physiotherapy, while others practiced physiotherapy alone. Results suggested that patients who invert with a Teeter Hang Ups inversion table are 70.5% less likely to need surgery compared to the control group!
Study Demonstrates Full Decompression at 60°
Study measured internal disc pressure (in the 3rd lumbar disc) through a range of activities, including standing, sitting, bending and vertical and supine traction. The study suggests that a traction load of 60% body weight is sufficient to reduce the residual pressure of 25% standing body weight to zero.
Relief Within 10 Seconds of Inversion
Study found EMG activity (an indicator of muscle pain) declined 35% within the first 10 seconds of inversion. Study found that inversion increases the spinal length. Study concluded there is a correlation between a reduction in EMG activity and an increase in spinal length.
Inversion Effective for Low Back Pain Relief
Study found gravity-facilitated traction (inversion), produces significant intravertebral separation in lumbar spine. Study concluded gravity facilitated traction may be an effective modality in the relief of low back pain.
Over 88% Patients Returned to Work
After eight inversion treatments, 155 out of 175 patients were able to return to their jobs full time. Study concluded that the main basis for improvement was the stretching of paraspinal vertebral muscles and ligaments and possibly the widening of intravertebral discs. Study found significant improvements in a variety of diagnosis including spondylolisthesis, herniated discs, lumbar osteoarthritis with sciatica, and coccygodynia.