A new way of spinal decompression

Inversion tables are overrated.

Why this matters:

Sometimes elongation of your spine is exactly what you need. Spinal traction can help with herniated discs because it’s believed to pull the contents of that disc back into the middle (via negative pressure). Arthritis is also helped with decompression because it’s designed to open up the spaces of your back so that your nerves can move a little more freely. The great news is that you don’t need an inversion table to do it. 

Action steps:This is a traction technique that I find to be helpful. You have 100% control over it and can pretty much do it anywhere and for free. All you need is a counter top. I usually try this activity for about 3-5 second holds, for 5 to 10 repetitions. The key is ensuring that once there is decompression, you are stabilizing your spine with your core and abs.


Subscribe to our Newsletter

Fill out your information to join our email list and receive exclusive content and updates.

fill out the form below to get started!

Take the first step towards getting the results you want!

fill out the form below to stay up-to-date!