Walking upright all day puts undue pressure on our backs, necks, and spines, which can escalate to back pain, pinched nerves and restricted mobility. Inversion tables have become a popular home solution to back pain. Cheaper than a visit to a chiropractor’s office, an inversion table places you in an upside down posture to relieve pressure on your spine’s discs.
Before you pick an inversion table, here are some features to keep in mind: weight capacity, degree to which the table inverts, comfort, extra support such as hand grips and lumbar support, ease of storing the table, and ease of moving the table. We cover all of these important qualities, and pricing, in our reviews.
We’ve recommended the best inversion tables on the market once you’re ready to make a purchase. For more information, keep reading to learn about the deciding factors to consider.