As the nanny for the CEO of Teeter, Rylie Leier, I was exposed to a unique perspective of the company and employees. When I was first asked to come in for an interview, Rylie sent me a link of their website. She told me that I should check it out and see a little bit about what they do, since I will be so closely involved with their family. My initial reaction was skepticism, thoughts like, “hanging upside down certainly didn’t seem like a fix for back pain,” and “there was no way people were actually buying into this!”
There are three kinds of people: those who had back pain, those who have back pain, and those who will have back pain. Well, that at least covers over 80% of the population, according to some estimates.
Most people who use a Teeter inversion table do so because they need an affordable, effective solution for back pain. But what happens when the pain is a distant memory? Is there a need to use the Teeter inversion table then? You bet. Here are four benefits to using a Teeter beyond back pain: