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Old 12-05-2018, 12:58 AM
 
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HARISON provide high quality fitness equipment. Like treadmill, indoor

cycling bike, stair stepper, elliptical, inverstion table and so on.
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Old Today, 05:43 PM
 
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I had a Teeter Hang up for a while and my problem with it was, although it did seem to help my back, at least temporarily, it also pulled on my hernia mesh repair.

When you stretch.....it stretches everything.

I had to give it up because the pain of it pulling on my hernia wasn't worth the benefit on my back.
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Old Today, 06:23 PM
 
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I have often wondered if inversion would help. I’m 58 and have some back problems. The thought of my back stretching and being un-scrunched seems wonderful.

I also now have bad knees. I was going to PT, where among other things, I would dangle my legs off off the “table” with weights on my ankles in order to try to get even the least little bit more space in my knee (where there is no more cartilage). BTW, that DOES make my knees feel better for awhile.

Anyway, since I’ve never been inverted, is a person “locked in” by their ankles? I’m thinking that if that’s the case, it just might be helpful for my knees. Since it stretches the spine, can anyone comment on it “stretching” knees?

Thanks a bunch for any input.
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