The Thinking Man is proud to announce that we have finally got round to launching our website with a vision to provide our visitors with a way to integrate directly with the offerings that we have to offer the general public.
Our first blog post will be focused on the effects of inversion therapy. While this particular topic is not widely discussed, it’s important to note that the Thinking Man has conducted our own research into the matter that proves that regular use of an inversion table has exponential effects in the treatment of lower back pain, sciatica, disc rejuvenation and more. In fact, our publishing is in accordance with the findings of Richard Wilcox from the Inversion Table Expert. Richard publishes in-depth reviews on the best inversion tables – and has helped us tremendously in publishing our findings.
Our study was conducted over a period of months, and we regularly used inversion tables on a number of patients who were suffering from different forms of back pain. Some of the subjects suffered from intense lower back pain, while others were suffering from mild forms of sciatica. The main purpose of the study was to identify whether daily, regular use of inversion tables would be effective in both tackling the problems short-term and long-term.
The subjects used an inversion table for a period of four weeks in total, and were advised to perform inversion therapy for a between 3 and 4 times daily, for a total time of between 10 and 15 minutes per session. The inversion table used was the Ironman ATIS 4000, one of the world’s most renownÂ inversion tables.
The findings of the study show that:
- Patients are more likely to permanently cure sciatica and lower back pain through regular use of an inversion table. Of a total of 80 sufferers, we found that 90% of subjects were able to completely relieve their pain symptoms after performing inversion therapy for four weeks.
- Patients who used an inversion table four times daily benefited from better sleep patterns, and longer, more healthier sleeps. This may be aligned with the fact that pain was noticeably reduced in all of our patients. It is believed that longer, deeper sleep allows the body to repair any damaged tissue or problems that may be occurring within the human body.
However, we must also mention that we had two patients who were suffering from incurable cases of severe back pain. After receiving surgery for the aforementioned conditions, these patients could not find either a short-term or long-term solution to reducing the pain. After the trial had been completed, one of the patients reported that the pain had completely subsided, while the other patient mentioned that the pain had noticeably become less significant, although the pain existed – which may prove that inversion therapy is more beneficial than surgery itself.
As with all of the studies prepared by the Thinking Man, we advise that you always consult a medical professional before using any of the data or statistics published in these findings. Inversion Therapy could potentially have negative side-effects, and it’s always wise to try and understand where the source of pain is, and what the root cause is, before attempting to regularly use an inversion table.