Teeter wants to help you relieve stress, not add to it. The BILT App can help you reduce assembly time so that you can spend less time putting your Teeter together and more time relieving your back pain and so much more!
Deanna Price is accustomed to a little heavy lifting. The NCAA title holder in the women’s hammer throw competition for two years running, Price recently earned a coveted spot on the Olympic team.
“Honestly? I was really keen to disprove the hype, and say ‘yeah, those inversion tables are okay but they’re nothing special.’ But I’m glad to say I was proved totally wrong.”
Otis Stokes of LAtfUSA who “is someone who has experienced the benefits and therapy of inversion firsthand” recently sat down with Roger Teeter to gain insight on Roger’s enthusiasm for inversion and founding Teeter 35 years ago.
Entrepreneur Tim Ferriss is widely renowned for giving advice ranging from finance to general life lessons. He also lives a healthy and active lifestyle and often recommends ways to help listeners improve their health.
Teeter was founded 35 years ago with the mission to help people enjoy life without back pain – a vision that we work diligently to continue today.
Last time we covered how competitors can mislead customers into believing that their products are UL Certified, but actually aren’t. In this blog post, we’ll go more into detail about how the UL Certification protects you when buying an inversion table.
Orthopedic Surgeon, Dr. Steedman is no stranger to back pain. Not only does he see patients who suffer from chronic pain but he himself has a spinal condition that gave him severe back pain.
Advertising Bait and Switch
Some inversion table competitors may make claims that their products are Underwriter’s Laboratories (UL) certified, but beware, the UL mark means nothing unless it is clearly marked on the actual product!
The team at Redrock Resurfacing knows hard work. Hand painting kitchen and bathroom surfaces with commercial-grade coating requires long hours of holding heavy equipment, bending, and twisting – which can take a toll on the back.