Many people come to us post-surgery, realizing that undergoing more aggressive treatment for their back pain still has not helped the problem. As a result, we have many people asking us if it is safe to invert if they have fused vertebrae.
The discs in your spine act like shock absorbers for your vertebrae. They are made up of two main parts, the nucleus and the annulus. Think of a disc like a Twinkie – the annulus is the yellow cake and the nucleus is the cream filling. But instead of cream filling, the nucleus is made of jelly-like material that provides the flexibility and “cushioning” in your back.
Love is in the air this Valentine’s Day! Americans usually send over 190 million Valentine’s notes each year to their loved ones. Most of us don’t expect anything in return but how nice would it be to win $500 for sending Teeter a little love note?
One of our favorite things about what we get to do everyday at Teeter is talk to our customers! You all have lots of great questions and we try to address some of the most common ones on our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page. Every Friday, we’ll focus on one FAQ in more detail. We encourage you to post a comment with additional questions and we’ll send you an answer you may even see your question pop up on a future blog post!
Jim couldn’t walk more than a block because his back pain was so debilitating. He chose to try Teeter Hang Ups as a natural form of relief before having the surgical procedure suggested by his surgeon. We loved how Jim relates his experience of how a friends suggestion helped him find relief while avoiding a costly and risky surgery.