Inversion Therapy: Can it Relieve Back Pain?

Back pain is inevitable, especially if you work in a laborious field or even at a desk all day. Anyone with an office job knows that sitting in front of a computer screen all day is no fun on your back.


While your particular back pain or discomfort may not be serious enough to require major surgery or intensive physical therapy, there are other options to help relieve back pain.


Inversion Therapy is a great option for immediate back pain relief. This type of therapy takes pressure off of the nerve roots and spinal discs and stretches out your vertebrae by hanging the body loose using a device. Basically, you stretch out the spine in order to relieve any aching.


Using inversion tables that hang you upside down to provide relief is not a good idea for anyone suffering from high blood pressure, heart disease, glaucoma. The blood rushes to the head, causing possible issues with all of those health conditions.  Luckily, the Back Bubble provides an option for those folks, and anyone else, hoping to do inversion therapy at home.


The Back Bubble allows users to perform various positions for pain relief. None of them require users to be upside down. It’s all about simple, non-surgical spinal decompression to ease pressure off pinched nerves, relax muscles, open up space between the joints and heal injured discs.


In a study conducted by Dr. George Sargetis, a member of the American Chiropractic Association, The Back Bubble was found to have an “accumulative effect in stopping the pain, spasm cycle in people with lower back pain.”


To learn more about the Back Bubble and its benefits with inversion therapy, visit our About page.