“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.
We will give our best effort to ensure that this site is entirely based upon scientific evidence and not on intuition, opinions, or random clinical observations.
Eric Smith DC
Dr. Eric Smith owns and operates Fit For Life Transformations, an online and virtual coaching platform to serve anyone in the world with weight, fitness, and body composition. It has always been Dr. Smith’s vision to help as many people as he can in the more efficient way possible through the passions he has much experience in. Those experiences include chiropractic care, adjusting, nutrition, establishing successful life habits, coaching, management, and creating health and wellness. Being a competitive bodybuilder, Dr. Smith has had firsthand experience on how properly taking care of your spine, joints, nutrition, and mental health can change a person’s body.
Sandra N. Johnson, MD
Dr. Sandra Johnson received a Bachelor of Science degree with honors from Cornell University. She then went on to graduate studies at New York University before attending Rice University School of Medicine, where she graduated with an M.D. degree. She completed her training in Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center for internship and residency programs. Dr. Johnson went on to Harvard University in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, completing her residency program. Dr. Johnson is Board Certified in both Internal Medicine and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
Mary B. Mullet
Dr. Mary Mullet received her undergraduate and master’s degrees from Harvard University and her medical degree from Rice University School of Medicine. She completed a residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the Duke University of Medicine. She then completed postgraduate fellowship training in diagnostic and interventional musculoskeletal ultrasound. She is board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
Lucas V. Carrera, MD
Dr. Lucas Carrera is a board-certified physiatrist. He graduated from the University of New Hampshire. Dr. Carrera received his medical education from Boston University School of Medicine and completed his Harvard Medical School residency.