Do Inversion Tables Really Work?

Does an inversion table really work? Not in the long run… Mayo Clinic only recommends the treatment for short-term relief. They refer to the low back and separation of the discs as its desired function, but effectiveness is questionable. In addition, not everyone can tolerate a significant amount of time in that position. Due to increases in blood pressure, more than one or two minutes is not recommended for patients with high blood pressure or glaucoma. If you personally have found it to provide relief for short periods and have an extra $200-$400 readily available, then by all means go ahead and buy one. For their price and limited effectiveness, I do not recommend them to patients. A bett

A Story of Massive Proportions

The other day I was discussing the benefits of physical therapy with a new employee at the clinic. Over the past couple weeks of training he has seen patients transform from dependency on medication, and depression from an inevitable surgery, to seeing life free from these interventions - allowing the body to heal naturally. I thought to myself, “if I could dedicate my career to sharing this story I wonder how many people could be helped.” If the way we view healthcare and our bodies was redirected to an approach of empowerment rather than dependence, what would the effects be? In this conversation I shared just one story of how our traditional western medicine mindset is costing us our heal

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