Teeter Contour L5 Inversion Table

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A new design based on the classic original, the Contour L5 inversion table has features that provide unequalled user-friendliness and safety. Its unique, modern styling makes this inversion table more like a piece of furniture.


Product Description

Teeter Contour L5 Inversion Table


  • Height capacity: 4’8” - 6’6” (142 – 198 cm) 
  • Weight capacity: 300 lbs (136 kgs)
  • Assembled dimensions: 83” x 27” x 62” (211 x 69 x 158 cm)
  • Packaged weight: 74 lbs (33.6 kgs)
  • Warranty: 5 Years

So how does inversion really help ?

Re-hydrate discs: Damaged discs can take a long time to repair since they don’t have a direct blood supply. Inverted decompression takes pressure off the discs, allowing them to widen and hydrate with nutrients that help expedite repair. The added cushion helps increase shock absorption and flexibility.

Reduce nerve pressure: Inverting on a Teeter has been clinically proven to increase intervertebral separation, helping to open up the passageway for nerve roots. Less pressure means less pain.

Realign: The back is supported by hundreds of ligaments and muscles that stabilize the spine but also hold it in compression. When the back moves out of alignment from bad posture, too much sitting, or rotational activities, this support structure holds the body in misalignment. Even while lying down, your spine maintains 25% of standing pressure. In order to decompress, the spine needs a traction force of at least 60% of your body weight, roughly equivalent to inverting at an angle of 60° on a Teeter. This type of progressive decompression naturally re-aligns the weight-bearing skeleton, promoting good posture.

Relax tense muscles: Inverting to as little as 25° for a few minutes can help relax muscles and speed lymph flow. A study has shown that EMG activity (an indicator of muscle pain) was reduced 35% after only 10 seconds of inversion. (Nosse, L.: Inverted Spinal Traction. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 59: 367-370, Aug 78)

Decompression facilitates rapid re-hydration and the exchange of nutrients. Lost moisture in discs results in lost height and flexibility as you age.

Strengthens ligaments: Loading ligaments naturally increases the collagen content for better joint support and injury prevention.

Increases joint lubrication: Decompression aids in joint lubrication by altering the pressure and suction forces within the joint, helping to stimulate the synovial fluid that nourishes cartilage.

Improves joint flexibility & range of motion: The restored moisture in the soft tissue promotes the longevity of joint performance. Encourages proper posture and body symmetry.

Warranty Information

Full 5-Year Warranty

Please Note:

This product is non returnable unless deemed faulty or damaged.

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Not all inversion tables are created equal

Teeter inversion tables are voluntarily tested to satisfy USA UL Classification 60601-1, a medical-grade standard.  Additionally, an independent engineering evaluation rated the Teeter Hang Ups EP model with the highest 'factor of safety' of any model tested and it was the only inversion table that cycled without failure.


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