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Nowadays, people that are suffering from back problems among other back related problems use inversion therapy as a means of handling the situation. Though the procedure isn’t widely advertised, many therapists and doctors are recommending it to a number of patients. This therapy uses inversion equipment and inversion tables to hold and keep the body of the user in an inverted position. It’s aimed at correcting spinal problems by releasing pressure from bones and muscles caused by gravity. An inversion table is usually padded and often used as a user’s backrest on a steel tabular frame. The inversion can extend to 180 °. A strap is tied at the bottom of a user’s feet during the inversion process. Most users of these inversion tables make four common mistake. This article will answer the question on, “What are the mistakes people do while using an inversion table?” The list is discussed below.
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