Re: Inversion Table for upper and mid back pain
I have most mid back pain, a little upper and have had surgery for lower back pain. My PT had an inversion table that I would end my exercise routine with. It did help some and I bought my own, but then relapsed and I can't use it any more. It just aggravates things.
When I could use it, it would stretch some things normal stretches couldn't. I would feel more movement in my joints, a bit like a mild chiropractic treatment or manipulation.
I felt the benefit straight away, but it didn't long term change anything, it was only a temporary relief, and certainly secondary to the exercises.