Teeter EP-560 LTD Inversion Table to relieve back pains
Teeter EP 560 FDA Cleared Inversion Table for back pain relief, 3rd Party Safety Certified, Precisio
Teeter EP-560 Ltd. FDA-Cleared Inversion Table for back pain relief, 3rd-Party Safety C…
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Amazon Price: N/A $329.00 (as of March 20, 2018 7:47 pm –
The EP-560™ Ltd. is the most popular model from the Teeter ComforTrak™ Series and upgraded to include optional accessories to modify your inversion experience for whatever stretch your body is craving. Whether you’re in the mood for a relaxing shiatsu-style massage, or needing to focus traction on your lower back, the EP-560 Ltd. has all the right accessories for your target areas. This inversion table is built with superior components including pressure-reducing, specialty-foam ankle supports, a patented track-style bed and heat-treated, heavy gauge steel materials.
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- Item model number: EP680-Parent
Work of Art. True 5 Star.
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There are plenty of inversion tables on Amazon with high ratings. The reality is any inversion table will make your back feel 10x better.
Here’s Looking at the Floor, Kid!
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The wife and I had both been looking at ways to help our tired backs. We considered lots of options but after getting a bill from our Chriopractor for $800.00 we both decided it was time to make a change. We ordered the Teeter Hang Ups EP560 and waited for it to arrive. Although it claimed it was 60% assembled, I’m pretty sure they meant that 60 perent of the parts were waiting to be assembled, but that’s no knock on the product. After getting it together, (about an hour) I decided to give it a whirl, or take the plunge, whatever…
Glad I took a chance on this
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To start off with, I want to say that I bought this table AND a $22 back stretcher (Magic Back Support) to see which one was going to benefit me more in the long run. I’ve been in the military for quite some time and developed back problems over the years and never got any real relief except for the occasional mall massage or chiropractor visit. I learned to ignore it because in the back of my mind, I was a young 20 year old kid who was always going to be in good health. Now 8 years later, I’m paying the price of my naivety and trying to fix the damage done over the years. I bought my table at Dick’s sporting goods because it was cheaper (on sale) and was very confident it would quickly fix my problem (well it doesn’t; it takes time, kids). My first impression of the 70 pound box was not a good one because it looked like it had seen more combat than I have. It was busted with holes and tears (courtesy of UPS) but I didn’t care too much because as it turns out, the teeter works pretty well without the box after assembly, unless you’re one of those individuals who keeps the box because you swear you’ll use it in the future and you store it in your garage for 13 years until you realize it only had one true purpose in life. Looking inside was overwhelming because there were so many pieces to this table, but I was eventually able to figure it out. I know you’re probably wondering, “why didn’t you just follow the instructions??” but those instructions SUCKED – and that’s just putting it nicely. It was really frustrating trying to follow the “steps” but after many ungodly phrases and spikes in my blood pressure, I was able to start my inversion journey. Anyways, I’ll start off with the good.
This thing is simply amazing! As a 22+ year heavy highway construction worker …
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This thing is simply amazing! As a 22+ year heavy highway construction worker my lower back has seen it’s better day, and that was over 20 years ago. I was diagnosed with 6 slipped and 3 herniated disks in my lower back about 15 years ago. Since then I have been plagued by the random crippling pinched sciatic nerve that’ll last several months. Last month I was at my wits end after my back had went out again, making it almost impossible to even walk. This problem had persisted for 2 months this time, and these doctors we have now days think that everyone is simply a drug addict, offering zero help with any type of temporary relief. So after a coworker had witnessed that my pain was getting worse week after week, she suggested an inversion table. I had been already thinking about building a bar to mount to the back of my house to stretch out my back. She suggested the teeter hang up, and I’m glad she did. After discussing it within my wife, who was on the hunt for a really good surgeon, she said buy one. My coworker said that if I didn’t like it, she would buy it from me. Within those 2 things in mind how could I go wrong, right. I started looking and reading every review on amazon because we all know what a great place it is to shop! And I finally decided on the Teeter Hang up, because I want quality, and who else than the original company would be better at a price point I could afford. After receiving the shipment the 3rd day after ordering my wife and I watched the included cd and put the table together while indulging in a 6 pack. As of writing this post tomorrow will mark the end of my 2nd week of owning this miraculous device, and I am now attesting to its unbelievable healing powers. As I can now once again walk, sit, stand, and sleep within only mild discomfort. My leg is no longer going numb, and if I start to feel a little pain shooting through my cheek, I can stretch my back and it goes away. I’m at this moment positive that these results will only get better within use of my table. Don’t get me wrong, I still do have some pain sometimes right now, but things are definitely going in the right direction. I don’t know how much longer the pain would have lasted on its own, but I wasn’t ready for the knife at only 39 years old. One other thing to consider is that me being me and kinda rough on things, I did over force the spring on the comfortable foot clamp and broke it on my 2nd day. I looked up customer support # and gave them a call, I was astonished when an actual full fledged American answered the phone (I think it was kim), I explained how through no fault of the manufacturer, that I had broken the spring, she simply said ok we’ll get one shipped out. I do recommend the lumbar support also, but don’t care for the beads IMHO. 10 minutes twice a day is what I am doing at this point and couldn’t be happier!
Huge improvement in compressed nerves and back pain
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After 6 years or so of herniated discs, stenosis, compressed nerves causing foot drop and calf pain, and a lot of localized pain, I finally decided to make an appointment with a surgeon.
A game changer for management of back pain related to the spine.
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I bought the Teeter Inversion Table at the suggestion of a chiropractor to help with routine, at-home, decompression of a few vertebrae in my lower spine. I started slowly, setting the inversion strap to about 15 degrees beyond horizontal. After a week of a few 3-minute sessions per day, as my body adjusted to being inverted (and I felt more coordinated using it, balancing, etc.), I gradually increased the angle of inversion over a period of a few weeks to where I was comfortable being fully inverted. Although I felt some relief following the first few uses of the Teeter, it was when I was able to invert approximately 50 – 60 degrees past horizontal that I truly started feeling major relief. It’s been about 4 months since beginning, and I continue to invert several times a day — religiously! It only takes about 3 minutes per session, and the pain I was experiencing continues to be in check. The Teeter has now become a part of my life!
Finally I have back pain relief
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I purchased this five days ago. Today I feel like a new man. I’d been having lower back spasms for the last 6 weeks getting worse and worse over time. I went to the Doctor twice. X-rays didn’t show anything so I was put on Flexeril and NSAIDs. Two weeks ago I got a pain shot and steroid shot, but didn’t help at all. I could barely walk around. Extreme pain moving in or out of a sitting position. I’m no couch potato either. I ride a recumbent bike daily, work out on a rebounder daily and mix in a rower on occasion. I was forced to stop all exercise as the pain was just too much. After hearing several friends talk about hanging to stretch, I decided to purchase this inversion board. First two days I simply inclined back not reaching total inversion. I really didn’t get much from it. On the third day I started twisting my upper body left and right while completely inverted. After the first time doing this my back suddenly felt much better. I’ve been doing this four to five times a day now for about five minutes and I feel great. Going back to work tomorrow and I’ll be back on my exercise routine as well. I don’t know what the problem was but a pinched nerve might have been the problem and the stretching and twisting worked it out. I’m just so happy to feel normal again. 🙂
The results are amazing. Fighting degenerative disk disease and this teeter makes …
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The results are amazing. Fighting degenerative disk disease and this teeter makes all the difference in the world. Eases the extreme discomfort and pinching sensation.
Wow! This really works!
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I have a sciatica condition due to a herniated disc in my lower back. Big time pain, but not quite severe enough to justify surgery. After months of chiropractic visits to no avail, I asked my family MD to prescribe both pain & anti-inflammatory meds. Temporary relief but with no real improvement… pills are not the answer. So this purchase was my last option before giving in to surgery.
Makes the best of a bad back
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This table has saved a vast amount in chiropractors, doctors appointments, and so on. More important, it has become a way for my body to balance itself. Twice a day, four minutes a time, at about a 70 degree angle is all it takes. With only about 35% of my right leg and ankle from the knee down, and about 75% of my left leg and ankle from the knee down, it is impossible for my back to stay aligned, no matter how many situps, no matter how often I wear a weight belt. My only complaint is that no one told me about the Teeter sooner.