The Teeter Hang Ups EP-560 Inversion Table enhances the user experience to achieve the ultimate in joint and back pain relief through precision balancing. Patented stretch grips and an innovative bed design accommodates pressure point and decompression accessories. Take inversion to the next level with best-rated and most customizable inversion table on the market. In just a few minutes a day you can achieve a natural stretch to help improve the health of your spine and joints , increase flexibility, and build strength with inverted exercises. The table features a Comfort Trak bed with a pressure-reducing design, which creates optimum decompression, maximizing your performance. The comfortable ankle straps ensure you won’t fall out, and the stable base makes sure you won’t topple over. About Teeter Hang UpsTeeter Hang Ups is the longest supplier of inversion products on the market today. Family owned since 1981, Roger Teeter’s passion for quality and best value has inspired over 2 million people to put their trust in Teeter Hang Ups. Teeter specializes in decompression products with inversion tables as the primary line; this focus ensures products that are optimized for benefits and function. Teeter’s primary attention is on quality. Engineering studies show that Teeter Hang Ups inversion tables outperform the competition in endurance, strength, rotation control, and assembly. Comfort Trak bed with pressure reducing design. Surface reduces friction, allowing decompressive stretch. Ankle dial accommodates smaller or larger feet for a secure fit. Stable base. Includes EZ-Up gravity boots. 300-pound user capacity. Dimensions: 60L x 29W x 29H inches.
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Been using it for a couple of weeks, but not consistently. I’ve been able to ease the preassure off my lower back caused by impact, lifting heavy pieces of wood and equipment (arborist) and overstretching… The relief is great and i’m sure it will get better
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I returned it,
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At the end of the day, the Teeter was too large and bulky for our living space, and felt clunky to use.
I have some minor annoying lower back pain just above my left hip. I’ve been seeing a chiropractor semi-regularly for 2.5 years leading up to this purchase, but am undiagnosed. My wife recently started have some stiffness in her lower back as well, so I finally pulled the triggerband ordered the Teeter around Christmas.
The Teeter provided some minor "relief" feeling in my problem area, (which normally feels pinchy, acute, like it needs to crack) but had little effect for my wife who complains more of stiffness.
The EP-560 version comes with the "Gravity Boots" which were highly recommended on Amazon. I found them sort of a pain to strap in to, and also clunky to hook to the Teeter. Actually, clunky sort of describes the device in general.
While the hardware is solid, the device overall is a large unitasker that we really didn’t have space for. I felt the relief provided wasn’t any better than I could get doing yoga, or with occasional visits to a Chiro or massage. Because of this, I felt the Teeter would be sitting around collecting dusk in a few months, so I opted to return it.
It does provide some relief, so if you really are at wits end and have exhausted all other options for curing your back pain, you may want to look at it. For those with only minor to moderate or occasional pain, I would recommend trying some other methods, before going with the Teeter.
Also, if considering a purchase, make sure that you have plenty of space. A dedicated room like a basement, or workout area, would be best.