Health Mark Pro Inversion Chair Review – Gravity Traction Without Stress to the Ankles, Knees or Hips

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Health Mark Pro Inversion Chair


Perfect for People with Back Pain and Ankle or Knee Problems

The Health Mark Pro Inversion Chair is highly rated because of its proven effectiveness in treating back pain through spinal compression.

By increasing the blood circulation along the spinal column, you’ll benefit from a reduction in muscle fatigue, acute lower back pain, muscle tension, and back spasms.

These are achieved without putting unnecessary pressure on your knees and ankles based on the chair’s design. The chair is not only great for alleviating back pain, but you can also do helpful core strengthening exercises.

It is excellent because strong core muscles help to keep back pain at bay. If you’re in the market for a product that will treat your back pain without stressing out your lower joints, then this inversion chair is the one for you.

What We Like

  • High-quality construction
  • Very easy to use
  • Easy to assemble
  • Supports up to 300 lbs
  • Provides front ankle and knee support

What We Don’t Like

  • A little pricier than the alternatives
  • Doesn’t stretch the legs as well
  • Only has a 70º maximum inversion angle

Health Mark Pro Inversion Chair Product Overview

Health Mark Inc. specializes in providing customers with high-end exercise equipment that keeps them healthy and safe. Its wide range of products caters to those interested in inversion, yoga, barre assistance, and walking aids.

When it comes to inversion, in particular, Health Mark offers different types of inversion tables. The product in this review is its only chair.

Unlike the inversion chair, these tables may be better suited for persons who have used them before and have no concerns about their knees or ankles.

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.