Reddit Reddit reviews Innova ITX9600 Heavy Duty Inversion Table with Adjustable Headrest and Protective Cover

We found 11 Reddit comments about Innova ITX9600 Heavy Duty Inversion Table with Adjustable Headrest and Protective Cover. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Innova ITX9600 Heavy Duty Inversion Table with Adjustable Headrest and Protective Cover
Adjustable headrest pad with large and comfortable padded backrest.Six (6) position Adjustable pin system with added Patent Pending Protective Cover for easy positioning and safer inverting over strap systemsTrue Balance system for easy inverting with ergonomically & reversible ankle holding systemAdjustable headrest pad with large and comfortable padded backrestAccommodates users 4ft-10in to 6ft-6in with a 300 lbs. weight capacityNOTE: Please refer to the user manual before use
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11 Reddit comments about Innova ITX9600 Heavy Duty Inversion Table with Adjustable Headrest and Protective Cover:

u/chiefpompadour · 15 pointsr/funny
u/SellingCoach · 12 pointsr/Showerthoughts

I bought this one.

Don't let the low price fool you, it's built like a tank. I'm a big dude and it works great.

u/apklps · 11 pointsr/gifs
u/FatalStrik3x · 8 pointsr/PSVR

man this is gonna be sweet. I kinda wish I had one of those "hang up" devices (example: Here) for being horizontal while flying lol

u/t0bias_funke · 2 pointsr/homegym

I have this one which I bought back in May for $70 on Amazon. Very sturdy.

u/Rebar77 · 2 pointsr/scoliosis

Hi all! Just found this sub. Thought I'd add a long winded(ie. stoned) reply to a similar question as op someone had the other day. Long, sorry.


I had a 64/62 S in my lower, started when 12. Surgery at 19, 5 fused verts. Am 42 now. Home Physio will never end, ever.


>It varies person to person. Whether it's the whole spine, just a section, the direction (front/back). I had a 64 degree S from mid to lower so I got away with only needing a section fused. Nine times out of ten something like cables are mounted with hooks where your rib cage starts - on the outside of the ribs. = Vertical scar down center.
>You may as well start googling images to know what you're in for if you haven't already. This isn't getting your appendix out and you get ice cream for a week. This might turn into a ramble after smoking while typing, sorry in advance but you asked and you should know what you're in for friend.
>The surgeon, in London 23 years ago when I was 19, drilled and bolted me from the inside of the rib cage. This was so I could keep more mobility and stay semi-active. Compared to having hooks between or above shoulder blades and not leaning forward/side/twist as much anymore. Depends on the severity. My scar looks like a side swipe from a Katana. Belly button around to under my shoulder blade, left side. Bar itself is like 7", fusing 5 verts, bolts are just long enough to go through the thickest diameter. Years later the first free discs have been crapping out on me because they now had to take the brunt of those 5 top and bottom.
>Before surgery I had the option of using/giving my own blood. Like, give a quart every week(or two I forget) beforehand. But I was living in Kitchener at the time so London was a bit of a cruise. The friggin specialist that arranges the blood draw would only accept blood drawn at his location. Couldn't draw it locally and post it to the blood bank at the London Hospital for some damned reason. Somebody mis-labeled something 34 years ago and are still paying off the law suit. I digress...
>After surgery I was fitted for a brace. Two girls one bucket of plaster... and cast tape stuff. Two weeks on my back in the hospital then 4 weeks on my back at home. Needed a cane and heavy wall leaning to truck to the Loo. If I even moved a wrongly, and god help me if I sneezed, the muscles would totally spaz out. k, they(every back muscle) were so used to the curve were now stretched on one side and way over-slack on the other. The over-slack side would spasm and twist up into this huge knot of twitching fury for 10mins a pop. Time and physio did help with that but it took months to settle downand even out. The now stretched side wasn't happy either btw.
>So yea, after four weeks back at home the brace arrived(woo). They used the plaster mold from the hospital to form it to me. It opened in the back, held closed with straps. From resting on my hip bones to my arm pits. Yay I could walk down the street and back with a cane, then around the block, *insert rocky theme song*, went back to work six months later. Small offset printing presses at the time.
>*results my vary*
>Get your own Physiotherapy equipment right now, or as soon as you can. For me 20+ years ago physiotherapy was covered by OHIP until they dropped it 18 years ago. $40-60 per physio session twice a month now has to come out of your pocket. Screw that! If you've never been maybe go to one or two, or watch youtube vids, either/or.
>Links are for example only, probably better deals to be found on ebay and whatnot:
>Ultrasound Wand. You don't need the horsepower of the $1k+ professional units therapists use. Pricey up front but lets be generous and say you'd get 5 visits out of that $235. Stale waiting room wait. They show you a stretch and how long to hold it(can't do that at home). Lay you down or sit backwards in a chair while they goop up their wand and rub it in the area you say it hurts for 2mins [pro unit higher wattage so less time needed for deep pen]. Can't do that at home, nope. Then for the last minutes they'll stick the four TENS pads in the area where you say it hurts and you play with the dials. Too complicated to do at home I tell you!
>Inversion Table - $152! Was $250'ish five years ago to doorstep from Amazon. May be cheaper finds on local Kijiji or w/e. Absolutely helps decompress everything. Takes getting used to. I suggest a target and Nerf Batarang's while you dangle to kill time.
>TENS machine. $40 box with electrodes to train and/or sooth deeep muscle pain. And/or focus on one side to build up strength and build muscle. Especially if one side always seems to be doing the work.
>So yea, for like eight visits where you have to drive, or bus, take off work, or w/e, it pays for the equipment you can use daily for as long as you want/need!

u/SKatieRo · 2 pointsr/backpain

Our inversion table lets me do exactly what you're looking for. I don't go upside down, just a little past horizontal and then push with my elbows. It is similar to this one:

u/10pmStalker · 2 pointsr/ChronicPain

I got this one for $91

I like it. Can feel it slowly coming along. Was very sore the other day after doing a pile of dishes. Got on the inversion table and what a relief afterwards. It didn't totally take the pain away but it was was way more manageable than after any other time I did the dishes.

u/erktheerk · 1 pointr/nostalgia After Googling that I remember an old infomercial back in the day. Much cheaper than I remember.

Those really work?