Back pain? Muscle tension? Flip the switch with this inversion table and it's on sale for 23 percent off, today only

Working from home on less-than desirable desk setups is doing a number on our bodies. And don’t forget about the daily stress and muscle tension. A massage would be great but who’s going to a spa right now? No worries we’ve got your back.

Back pain? Muscle tension? Flip the switch with this inversion table and it's on sale for 23 percent off, today only

Today only, this Teeter FitSpine X3 Inversion Table (renewed) is on sale at Amazon for $290 (was $379). This FDA-registered, high-carbon steel contraption temporarily relieves back pain, muscle tension, herniated discs, sciatica, muscle spasms and more. But act fast, this sale expires at the end of the day.

And don’t let that renewed tag fool you. This inversion table was inspected and tested by Amazon technicians, so it works and looks like-new. In fact, if you’re not happy with this Teeter FitSpine X3 Inversion Table, you can either get a replacement or a complete refund—thanks to Amazon’s 90-day return policy for better peace of mind.

The secret to its success? It uses gravity to elongate your body, take pressures off joints, relax back muscles, and help the spine realign.

Reviews on are impressive many people have reported relief from things like sciatica, arthritis, bulging discs and more: “I have an S-shaped, 65-degree spinal curvature,” reports a five-star reviewer. “Prior to purchasing the Teeter I had excruciating pain in my right knee and hip. Just after one week, pain in my knee is gone, and pain in my hip is fading fast every day.”

Another shopper says the machine helped her hubby’s back pain: “My husband complained about his back. I saw the Teeter advertised one morning, so decided to purchase it. It arrived well packed and was easy to assemble. It’s a miracle machine! His back is feeling better.”

The inversion table is the brainchild of Roger Teeter, who created it in 1981 fueled by his own struggles with back pain.

Don’t worry you won’t fall off. Ankle locks and an eight-point floating suspension system will keep you perfectly supported as you stretch to your heart’s delight. You can even target pressure points with eight customizable acupressure nodes.

“We love the Teeter,” says a delighted fan. “It’s so relaxing and I have more balance. It’s like a stretching workout and you’re just laying there. I also have a knee that gives me problems and after only two weeks on the Teeter it is much better. My husband uses it also—it’s very easy to adjust for him and then back to me. He has a hip that was bothering him and went to the chiropractor all the time. His hip is much better and no more trips to the chiropractor.”

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