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.
Santa has already begun to make his annual trip around the world to drop gifts off to all the boys and girls! Many in the United States leave out a glass of milk and cookies to thank Santa for working so hard to drop of presents to millions of people.
SGT Nancy Fredrick suffered from back pain after a car incident. Desperate for relief, she found Teeter Hang Ups. Once a skeptic, SGT Fredrick found relief in only three days after inverting and sent us this letter:
Experiencing consistent back pain can make anyone skeptical that a product can relieve their back pain without surgery. But trust us that these people are glad that they set aside their skepticism and tried our Teeter Inversion Tables. See how Teeter Hang Ups has helped turn these skeptics into converts.
For some, the chilly fall weather doesn’t deter them from getting in their run for the day. While running promotes better health, it can be hard on your back and joints.
One of the first things most of us do to wake ourselves up and get into gear for the day is grab a cup of coffee. The rush of caffeine along with a frantic start can initially jolt you awake but can leave you sluggish the rest of the day, or until you refill that cup of coffee.
The Prince of Darkness may be onto something when he dangles upside down in his castle. Even the undead can benefit from increased blood circulation that can oxygenate the brain and the rest of you body better and feed them with vital nutrients keep your skin looking healthy, your mind agile, and your body more flexible.
Actor Bradley Cooper will be on the Broadway stage playing John Merrick in The Elephant Man. For the role, Cooper will have to twist and contort his body to accurately portray the disfigured John Merrick.
In his interview with the Associated Press, the Silver Linings Playbook actor is already preparing to relieve back pain that he may suffer from all of the contorting he’ll have to do – along with regular visits with a chiropractor, he has bought an inversion table!
The long baseball season is finally coming to a conclusion. Today the San Francisco Giants and the Kansas City Royals will go head-to-head to begin the World Series, an exciting match-up for a few reasons, most notably that both teams fought their way from the Wildcard round, proving their tenacity.