Have you assembled your Teeter FreeStep but are unsure of how to set it up for your specific use? Learn how to customize your FreeStep experience.
Once Teeter has helped with back pain, don’t hide your inversion table! Exercise on it and work on strengthening groups of muscles that will help you combat back pain.
Some people have mild ankle discomfort while inverting. There are several things that can improve ankle comfort so you can get the full enjoyment out of your Teeter Inversion experience.
We must advise that you consult your doctor first. Post-surgery inversion, once fully healed, has the potential to help keep muscles flexible & enhance circulation.
Your Teeter must be properly adjusted for your unique needs & body type. Take time to find your ideal settings for a more relaxing experience!
New inverters may experience mild disorientation or dizziness, which are temporary symptoms caused by the shift in the inner ear. Learn to introduce your body to inversion & avoid dizziness.
How long should I invert on an inversion table? How often should I invert? The answer is to always listen to your body and do what feels most comfortable!
Ultimately you and your healthcare professional must discuss the possibility of inverting post-surgery and decide if it is advisable for your particular situation.
One of the features that truly sets any Teeter Inversion Table apart is the precision balancing. This is in no small part due to the roller hinges.
We have had many customers tell us that inverting has decreased the frequency of their occasional headaches or migraines. Contact your primary care physician for specific concerns.