“Sometimes you have to let life turn you upside down, so you can learn how to live, right side up.”— Dave Johnson
Chronic low back pain is the number one reason why most people do inversion therapy. It is usually described as having back pain for more than three months.
While most people wouldn’t run out and buy a piece of inversion equipment, the minute their back starts to hurt, it’s usually after months of nagging pain.
Having little luck with the usual options, most chronic back pain patients begin to look at alternatives. So, is there any evidence that inversion therapy can help? Check out the studies here.
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