Ok, if Tiller can run a post on his capri conundrum, I figure I'm good here. Don't worry, this isn't a thread containing some sliding scale of manliness. Nor am I fishing for fashion tips. Jeans, sweatshirts, cargo shorts, and T-shirts make up at least 99% of my attire. About the only thing I've ever been "questioned" on was the fact that I wear crocs. But since they're Redskins Crocs, and easily the most comfortable shoes I have, I could give a sh!t what anyone else thinks.
Anyway, onto my issue. I have had a herniated disc I my neck for 8 years, which I see a chiropractor for whenever it hits the nerve. And now I am having lower back problems, which really make me nervous. Never had back problems before. But I effed up my knee last month playing basketball, and have been walking with a bad limp ever since. It's a bad bone bruise, on the inside of the joint, so the doc says I'm at least 6 weeks away from it healing. Well, the limping has really effed with my back and, frankly, I'm about ready for some sort of cryogenic hibernation until they can figure a way to eliminate ailments in the human body.
So, here's my question. Has anyone here ever had, or used over an extended time, an inversion table? And, if so, would you recommend it? I am ready to buy one, and I wanna know if I'm wasting my money.