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I have retrolisthesis,ddd,herniation and arthritis at l4/l5. Thinking about trying inversion but have read to us caution with inverting from the ankles with retrolisthesis. The article I read said people with this condition should invert from the trunk instead,but I don't find any inversion table like this. Any info. thanks so much

Posted By craig on August 15, 2010 at 20:19:32:

Unique design guides and centers the glenohumeral joint promoting mobility but inhibiting rotation. Aids in preventing the subluxing shoulder.

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